More than AI: These are the key IT trends for 2024

Security, data strategies and artificial intelligence: These three topics rank highly on bbv’s Technica Radar for 2024. In this interview, Marco Ravicini and Patrick Labud from the CTO Board discuss “AI-as-a-colleague”, theft of customer data and the impact of the EU’s Cyber Resilience Act on Swiss SMEs.

Safe and trouble-free cable car operation

SisControl provides operators of cable cars in ski resorts with access to the latest data and forecasts for their systems so that they can react quickly to disruptions and capacity issues. bbv developed the comprehensive IoT platform together with Sisag.

Innovative IoT solution

bbv developed the Process Inspector together with GF Machining Solutions. The IoT solution visualises the process for machining workpieces in 2D or 3D and thus optimises the manufacturing process. Additionally, bbv advised the GF teams on the cloud strategy and in introducing new technologies.

HR digitalisation tailored to the individual

The HR Hub is a modern self-service portal that employees use to deal with their personal affairs quickly and easily. For the HR team and management, the solution creates more freedom to deliver high-quality HR services.

Exploiting opportunities for growth with the cloud

Following migration to the cloud, the curaBILL solution from Swisscom Health is fit for the future. bbv ensured a smooth transition to the cloud, using the latest technologies, high security and scalability to deliver faster innovations.

Interview: Why the metaverse is (still) a distant prospect for Swiss SMEs

Patrick Labud and Marco Ravicini have seen many IT trends come and go over the course of their careers. In this interview, the co-authors of bbv’s Technica Radar tell us, among other things, why they favour ethical software development over the metaverse, where energy could be saved and which IT topic should take centre stage in every company.

How China protects its data

China is an attractive expansion target for foreign companies. But the many laws on handling data complicate market access. bbv provides an overview of the applicable provisions.

Coffee-as-a-Service

Thermoplan uses Microsoft Azure cloud to manage data for its smart coffee machine.

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