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Mobility

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Smartphones boast increasing functionality and are becoming ever more popular, with new hardware and software manufacturers helping energise the market. Current models provide fast and easy access to social networks, blogs and microblogs, and direct connections to enterprise applications and networks. High-resolution screens

Health

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Running for the entire duration of CeBIT for the first time this year, the TeleHealth international congress and expo provided a comprehensive overview of IT solutions for the healthcare sector. Focal points included telehomecare and telemonitoring systems for keeping track of vital parameters in the home environment, as well as ambient assisted living for further home-based support. These technologies promise an improved quality of life for the chronically ill and the aged.

ICT trends

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Exhibitors at CeBIT 2009, the biggest information and communication technology (ICT) show presented the gamut of today’s global ICT industry, showcasing all the latest topics and trends. Here are some of the most important ones.

Green IT

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The 'Green IT Village', which premiered at CeBIT 2008, has grown into 'Green IT World', filling almost an entire hall at this year’s show. Among the innovations on display were compact, power-saving desktop personal computers, or 'net-tops', which use optimised standby circuitry for significant energy savings.

Security

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The wide consumer acceptance of cloud computing and social networks makes security and data protection more important than ever. Individual computers and networks increase the risk of 'drive-by downloads', where a computer can be infected with malware programs simply by visiting a manipulated website.

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