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The term IT stands for information technology and covers the electronic processing of information and data. The interaction of the hardware and software used has a significant influence on the usability, productivity and security of IT systems. In this context, the abbreviation ICT (information and communications technology) is also often used.
Data centers house the central computing technology of companies and organizations.
The server and IT hardware of companies and organizations is operated in these installations.
Edge computing is distributed IT infrastructure where data is captured at the point of origin.
KVM technology allows users to run multiple virtual operating systems (guest) on one PC.
IT test labs place particularly high demands on the IT infrastructure and its security.
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Technical developments such as telemetry or digitalization reinforce the importance of reliable IT infrastructures. Likewise, trends such as the Internet of Things (IoT) or Industry 4.0 contribute to the fact that, for example, thanks to sensors and actuators, the recording of states or the execution of actions is made possible for a large number of applications.
The consumption of natural resources associated with the use of information technology has also led to the introduction of an ecological approach: Green IT focuses on the sustainable and environmentally friendly use of natural resources and will continue to gain in importance against the backdrop of advancing climate change.