Marten Bütow

Marten Bütow

Marten Bütow has been working at Deutsche Telekom since 2000. He began his career with the company at Telekom Central Billing Services and has been working in the workplace services environment at T-Systems since 2003. His initial focus was the service desk and field service, but he has also been addressing the cloud technology involved in workplace services since 2013. His main focus is dynamic workplace (DWP) and related topics such as O365, Evergreening and Windows 10.
23. May 2017 0
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Marten Bütow

The Big Crying – IT-Security enters Center stage

Sometimes reality writes the best stories! Only a few day ago, I  published a post  about Schiller and Goethe and all of a sudden Wannacry takes the gloves off. A heavy data kidnapping brings the British NHS to its knees and spreads like a viral pestilence  across Europe. IT Security and the big yawning Usually IT security, carefully spoken, is considered a „hygienic factor“. Auditorium begins to yawn, when experts begin to lecture about the legions of malware. But the…
17. May 2017 0
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From assembly line to dynamic workplace

In October 1913, Henry Ford made one of the biggest breakthroughs in the history of industrialization. The assembly line revolutionized car manufacturing and cut the prices of the Model T dramatically. Cars became a mass-produced product, affordable to nearly all. Meanwhile, in Rüsselsheim, Germany, Opel only followed ten years later – but were successful nonetheless. That's nearly unimaginable today, because ten years now feel like a digital eternity. Groundbreaking developments are always easier to spot in hindsight than in the…
10. May 2017 0
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A swan song to the RUMBLING IT security DEBATE

Virtually all industries are aware of the opportunities of digitization. Yet – according to Bitkom Research (see the following link http://www.itespresso.de/2017/02/21/firmen-empfinden-digitale-transformation-als-beschwerlich/) every enterprise finds a hair in the digitization soup or racks its brains about unresolved problems. And of course topping the problem rankings are the “German classics”.  The Goethe and Schiller of digitization obstacles if you like: data privacy and data security. 38 (data privacy) or 37 percent (data security) of the 500 enterprises surveyed cite these two topics…

Windows 10—Set yourself up right

As a provider, this is easy to miss: End users are also voting with their feet. Or in this case maybe more with their fingers: Stylish, modern and efficient terminal devices such as Surfaces are certainly enchanting their buyers. And this of course is an indirect vote for Windows 10 as well. It’s a little bit like the popular manager game. As soon as Microsoft gets the first ball rolling, this creates an impulse for user companies. But two things…

Windows as a service—with ketchup or mayo?

Long Term Servicing Branch (LTSB) vs. Current Branch for Business (CBB)—With Windows 10, Companies are Spoiled for Choice. Both models have advantages and disadvantages. CBB will be featuring the following type of access in the future to attract customers: services such as Hello or Cortana not only represent a substantial increase in productivity but also raise entirely new issues that companies must confront. Current Branch for Business (CBB) or Long Term Servicing Branch (LTSB) is a bit like deciding between…
26. April 2017 0
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Marten Bütow

Answer the question: Who owns the app?

"Don't mix business with pleasure"—this has been the rule for centuries. Recently, however, the boundaries between business and maybe not pleasure but private life are crumbling at a breathtaking pace. This brings me to the question: Who owns the app? The distinction between work and private life has been blurred, especially at the workstation. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), CYOD (Choose Your Own Device), or the latest trend, COPE (Company Owned Personally Enabled) alone give this trend three faces. But…
19. April 2017 0
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Marten Bütow

Virtualization today avoids stress with Windows 10 tomorrow

Windows, with all its flavors, is the leading computer operating system – every user working with a PC-based workplace is familiar with it. In total, Windows reaches an impressive market share of just over 90 percent in the desktop environment (according to www.netmarketshare.com). While Windows 7 is still the state of the art at most companies (with a market share of 47 percent), Windows 10 is beckoning just over the horizon. And it only rarely generates enthusiasm among IT managers.…
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