Companies overspent most of their IT budget on business solutions, with an average of 40% every year. At the same time they miss out on open-source or don’t fully make use of their already existing infrastructure.
More than half of the companies have a staff shortage problem, causing delays in normal IT operations and outdated IT-infrastructure.
of SMEs in Japan with 50 to 400 employees have less than 1 person in charge of their IT.
Companies miss out on innovation to stay competetive and are highly depended on outsourced services. With COVID-19 a big shift in work-culture took place, forcing to re-think standards.
Decisions in IT are attached to many risks. From privacy laws and their obligations, as well as the necessity for a robust cybersecurity standard to protect sensitive business and client information.
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Born in Germany.
More than 15 years of experience as IT engineer/architect. Qualified Data Protection Officer (GDPR) at ECPC (European Centre on Privacy and Cybersecurity). Currently he is also a lecturer in science and technology ethics at the University of Tokyo. He is committed to improving the work environment in Japan to make it more efficient, secure, and safe, and to promote work-life balance.
Born in Japan.
After graduating from UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design (CED), worked as a designer at architectural design firms and IoT x architectural design startup in the U.S., and joined ITD-GBS Tokyo as Art & Design Director in 2020. In 2021, established a design company, & ETINCELLE WORKS. Since 2021, she has been participating in the Mobyl project.
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