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CeBIT 2013 Video: One Minute With Michael Homborg From Fujitsu

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Exactly what it says on the tin: a one-minute pitch with Michael Homborg, enterprise product evangelist from Fujitsu

CeBIT, the world’s largest and ‘most international’ computer expo, officially opened its doors on Tuesday. Naturally, Japanese IT giant Fujitsu was among the companies present at the event.

Below, you can see Michael Homborg, the evangelist for Enterprise Products at Fujitsu, explaining why you should visit the company in Hanover, in just one minute.

“One-minute pitch” is a new format for TechWeekEurope, so leave a comment, and tell us what you think.

Unknown giant

Fujitsu_LIFEBOOK_AH530_VFY_AH530MP502GB_Laptop_mediumThis year, CeBIT aims to cover the industry’s top five hot topics – cloud computing, big data, mobile, security and what the Germans call “Industry 4.0″. Fujitsu, headquartered in Tokyo, has products in most of these categories.

It is the world’s third-largest (after IBM and HP) IT services provider measured by revenue, and operates a business worth $54 billion.

However, according to Homborg, the company is “something of an unknown giant” on the European market.

 

CeBIT 2013: One minute with Michael Homborg from Fujitsu

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