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Deutsche Telecom Stands for Shielding Data from the US Deutsche Telecom Stands for Shielding Data from the USDeutsche Telecom Stands for Shielding Data from the US

 

17 September 2011

T-Systems information technology unit of Deutsche Telecom is pushing regulators to introduce the certificate for German cloud operators in order to assist companies to protect data from the US government.
T-Systems intends to lure customers via emphasizing the security of company’s servers. The company wants to shield clients from government access like that one allowed by the US Patriot Act.
According to the company’s officials, certain German companies do not like others access their systems. “That’s why we’re well-positioned if we can say we’re a European provider in a European legal sphere and no American can get to them.”
Deutsche Telekom and several other telecoms companies promote cloud-computing offerings as the safe way for all businesses to outsource their data centers.
With government seal, telcos may fence off the cloud offerings of T-Systems as well as other European competitors such as Cap Gemini SA and Atos SA and provide them with an advantage over US rivals.
The German certificate could be issued by the Technical Inspection Association. The office is now in talks with EU officials to develop common standards in the region, which can result in the European certificate.

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