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09.08.2022 By Lars Zimmermann , Georg Benhöfer and Stephen Lorenzen

An analysis of the gas levy

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Last week, the federal government decided on enacting a gas levy. Read our blog post to find out what the gas levy is, how it is calculated and what the underlying goals are.

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As previously indicated by my colleague Dimitrios Archontakakis in his blog post, I’ll be describing the technical foundations of a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution as well as defines the terms ‘SaaS’ and ‘cloud’ and exploring the differences and similarities between them. Along with that, I will also discuss typical architectures in the SaaS environment.

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27.07.2022 By Lars Zimmermann , Georg Benhöfer and Stephen Lorenzen

How Europe has responded to the threat of cuts to its gas supply – a comparison

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We have already gone into more detail on the German government’s response with regard to its dependence on Russian gas in our previous blog posts. In this blog post, we will explain how other EU countries are responding and why the key to overcoming the crisis lies in solidarity.

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20.07.2022 By Daniela König

The social media dilemma

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In order to focus on the needs of customers and remain competitive over the long term, insurance brokers should look into the use of different communication channels, including validation. In my blog post, I’ll be explaining why this is necessary and how we can support them here.

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Occupational pension schemes are becoming increasingly important, even though they entail an administrative burden. Every party involved, such as insurance companies, pension providers, employers and employees, wants administration to be simple. A corporate client portal can help everyone involved here. In my blog post, I’ll explain to you what a corporate customer portal is, what added value it offers and how it can be implemented.

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15.07.2022 By Lars Zimmermann , Georg Benhöfer and Stephen Lorenzen

Easter in summer – Habeck’s Easter Package approved

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Last week, Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection passed the Easter Package through the Bundestag and Bundesrat. We’ll give you an overview of what the package involves and explain its implications for energy suppliers and consumers.

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07.07.2022 By Tim Strohschneider

Cognitive search – finding instead of searching

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A new generation of search engine software is forming that additionally integrates AI technologies, such as machine learning: cognitive computing. In my blog post, I’ll explain how cognitive search works and why it’s a valuable tool for companies.

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The demand for occupational health insurance is increasing among both employers and employees. The topic of occupational health insurance also plays an important role in recruiting new employees. In my blog post, I will explain what financing options there are, which benefits can be added with occupational health insurance and what advantages and value it offers.

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29.06.2022 By Lars Zimmermann , Georg Benhöfer and Stephen Lorenzen

Update on the smart meter rollout: withdrawal of the general ruling of 7 February 2020

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The German Federal Office for Information Security (Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik, BSI) withdrew the pronouncement for the rollout of smart metering systems a good month ago. This has once again slowed down the smart meter rollout following on from the reoccurring issues it had encountered recently. This blog post will explain why the pronouncement has been withdrawn and what impact this has had on the smart meter rollout.

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