Just 2 days but so much has happened – how can we put it all in one single blog text?
The highlights in Hall 2 are without doubt the waterproof tablet STYLISTIC M702 and the new LIFEBOOK E Line. Our PRIMERGY CX420 server and the corresponding DataCenter solutions have also attracted many customers to our stand. We were given a great overview of activities by our colleague Marc Albert in his video tour.
Our security solutions presented in Hall 7 in the Public Sector Parc were of great interest and the highlight is certainly the Palm Secure authentication solution. Another popular topic is SecDocs – a solution covering trustworthy archives with documents that can be used as evidence in court. Hall 2 is where Fujitsu – together with TDS – are presenting innovative solutions for SAP-HANA at the SAP stand.
And then of course our colleagues have been everywhere – for example in the CIO House, at the CeBIT Global Conference and much much more besides. We can’t wait to find out what will be happening in the next two days.
As part of CeBIT 2013, 5th to 9th March in Hannover, NetMediaInteractive is offering manufacturers the opportunity to present their products, services or even the company itself within 60 seconds – a real challenge indeed. Our colleague Michael Homborg, Evangelist Enterprise Products, has taken on such a challenge. And we think he did really well. If you do too, then award him (and us) a “star” via the “One Minute Pitch” page directly underneath the video.
TecChannel at this year’s CeBIT has presented “Product of the Year” awards for the first time in the category “Most popular Business PCs in 2012“.
Readers looking at the product pages in the TecChannel product database in 2012 was used as the award basis.
The TecChannel category Business PC portfolio covers Desktop and Tower systems. It includes all-in-one solutions and ultra-small form factor computers. This is the “mix” which TecChannel has used to determine the most frequently called Office PCs.
It was particularly pleasing that our ESPRIMO PCs won first and second place with TecChannel readers in 2012.
Barbara D´Introno, Head of Product Marketing Workplace Devices and Jörg Hartmann, Vice President Workplace Systems Sales were happy to take the official document from the TecChannel editor team.
Traditionally the last day before CeBIT starts everyone’s putting the finishing touch to their booths. For us as well this meant last minute polishing, rearrangements and changes at our two booths. At the same time our press conference took place at 3 pm followed by the kickoff meeting for Fujitsu’s employees. We used today to further hone our photography skills and tried to capture as many impressions as possible. Here in the blog you can find a small selection of these pictures, the full set is available in our flickr gallery.
You can say what you want about Managed Services but one thing stays the same: Managed Services is a sourcing alternative; it is an opportunity for a company to buy the resources it needs but does not have. The range is obviously extensive: employee leasing and project-specific deployment or Cloud Computing. All these elements are very closely linked with Managed Service.
We have sufficient opportunity for standardization. And that is good as it helps us to make our portfolio easier to understand.
The portfolio structure, the Fujitsu specialities and the countries in which these services can be provided are explained by Hans-Joachim Schneider, Head of Portfolio Management Managed Services, Fujitsu in this interview:
Alternative link to the video interview -> http://www.fujitsu.com/fts/about/resources/videos/services/schneider.html