Die Vineyard Management Consulting GmbH hat das Buch “Transformation von Business und IT: Auswirkungen der Mega-Trends der kommenden Jahre” publiziert:

Transformation and IT. Cause and effect could be reciprocal in this context: do people still want to get more or something completely new out of IT? Or is IT itself already transforming the world to a large extent?

Be it through intended or unintended effects. This book will not be able to answer this question completely. Nevertheless, we believe that the following contributions on the mega-trends show the breadth of the relevant changes that will present organizations with enormous challenges in the coming years. Based on this, we will discuss initial solutions. In essence, flexible approaches are required to deal with the changes in a targeted manner. Vineyard MC is happy to advise on this with its entire wealth of experience.

The first article presents quantum computing as a technology that is likely to bring disruptive changes in the coming years. It also looks at how companies should strategically prepare for this. How cybersecurity-as-a-service can be an answer, especially for medium-sized and smaller companies, to deal with corresponding cyber risks is presented as part of an assessment of the suitability of cybersecurity disciplines. Zero trust is the keyword and one of the trends in cyber approaches that can use technology and methodology to ensure that risk-based methodology and needs-based technologies can work together in one architecture. In the context of digital transformation, cloud native has become increasingly important over the last three years, with the result that most companies in Germany have now implemented specific projects and have adapted their IT accordingly and are continuing to do so in order to derive even more benefit from higher levels of maturity with regard to cloud native. Augmented reality (AR) is already expanding reality in practice, both in the private sphere and in business, not only in the office but also in industrial production facilities. The future model of hybrid working places further demands on IT, but above all brings with it many management-related and cultural aspects.


Vineyard Management Consulting GmbH, Carsten Fabig and Alexander Haasper.


Alexander Busse (Cybervize), Laura Dinis (Vineyard Management Consulting GmbH), Carsten Fabig (Vineyard Management Consulting GmbH), Tammo Jantzen (Datalutions), Alexander Haasper (Vineyard Management Consulting GmbH), Sarah Miebach (Vineyard Management Consulting GmbH), Rainer Sponholz (Vineyard Management Consulting GmbH).

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