We are very focused on the way in which we utilise technology as a lever to becoming more efficient for our clients. The recurring challenge of leaving behind tried-and-tested technology in order to systematically tap into new opportunities often represents a difficult hurdle that organisations have to overcome. Our experts can help to successfully master these challenges.


Networks are mergers of different technical, primarily independent electronic systems (particularly computer systems, but also sensors, actors, agents and other radio components), which makes it possible for individual systems to communicate with one another. The aim her may be the shared use of resources such as printers, servers, media files and other databases, for example.

It important that there is the option to centrally manage network devices, network users, their authorisations and information. Nowadays, it is also very important for there to be direct communication between network users (chat, VoIP calls, video calls and so on).


Servers are systems which supply administrative tools or other resources so that other computers or software programmes can have access to them. This access is usually gained via networks. Servers can take the shape of physical or virtualised systems.


Monitoring is an umbrella term for all kinds of instant systematic capture (recording), measurement, observation or surveillance of a procedure or process by means of technical aids or other observation systems. Here, regularly repeated execution is a central element of each respective inspection programme in order to draw conclusions from the comparison of results. One function of monitoring is the act of intervening in an observed procedure or process with a controlling influence if the process is not following the desired route or when certain threshold values are not met and/or exceeded.