ti&m Blog

24. November 2021
Everything Follows the Brand

Design // Allow me to perform a thought experiment: Together, we step into your newly designed premises and admire the intelligent architecture, the subtle yet effective lighting, the carefully coordinated colors and high-quality materials. An amazing experience – but why doesn’t the online channel feel just as perfect? There is no reason why it couldn’t be.

10. November 2021
The Digital Identity Card

Self-sovereign identity // Today, we already shop and procure the majority of services online, while other areas, such as healthcare services, are increasingly becoming digitalized. As the world becomes more digital, so must our understanding of identity. Together with Lissi, ti&m is exploring new solutions for a digital identity that offer self-sovereignty for the user, and can be applied in various ecosystems.

03. November 2021
Why users want the right thing but do the wrong thing

User experience // When it comes to security-critical systems, users are unquestionably part of the problem. But when it comes to the solutions they are pretty much left out of the equation. Are they an incalculable risk?

11. October 2021
How to address the security challenge in a multi-cloud business environment

Multi-Cloud // The covid pandemic has shown that enterprises need to move faster than ever to stay competitive and get ahead. Time to market has shortened dramatically from years to days. In a bid to get ahead, today’s enterprises are increasingly turning to multiple, not one, cloud provider to handle aspects of their networking and app development needs.

29. September 2021
From manual process to digital reporting platform in a few short weeks

FOPH // When the Covid-19 pandemic broke out, reporting system requirements altered dramatically. Within just a few weeks, the number of reports to be processed had climbed from 500 to 50,000 per day. And so the race was on to adapt the digital infrastructure to the new requirements. Joining forces with ti&m, the Federal Office of Public Health responded by setting up a digital reporting platform in just three weeks.