T-Systems and Covata drive digitization at Messe Berlin

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T-Systems, a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom, announced that Messe Berlin, one of the world’s leading trade fair companies, has deployed Safe Share, a file sharing solution provided by T-Systems and Covata.

The file sharing service for cloud is built upon government grade security architecture and runs in Biere, Saxony-Anhalt, data center provided by T-Systems, the company claims.

Messe Berlin, in the path of digitization of business processes, recently became the first trade fair company in Germany to operate the app-based warning and information system KATWARN.

Bastian Rupp from Messe Berlin said, “The Safe Share solution by T Systems and Covata enables the secure and uncomplicated sharing of data, even of large files of 50 GB or more. For us, the important thing is to offer our users a solution that meets their needs, but that also ensures the necessary security for our company and supports our compliance requirements.”
Employees often use freeware they use outside of a corporate environment to exchange data – but they often fail to inform the IT department. This gives rise to shadow IT, in which security questions may go unanswered and employees may violate IT compliance regulations.

The file sharing offering from Covata and T-Systems now provides CIOs a service that meets their needs for ease of use, high security and availability. Safe Share meets even the most stringent compliance rules and is the perfect alternative to free offerings.

Covata combines three core components for secure data management: Identity protection, real-time control of data and encryption. T-Systems German data center ensures compliance with strict German guidelines for data privacy and data security.

Rajani Baburajan

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