Technische Grundlagen der Digitalisierung

Alexander Ziegler

Abstract

Die Vorlesung behandelt die Grundlagen der Digitalierung, untergliedert in die Bereiche: Einführung und Entwicklung des Internet, Information und deren Kodierung, Technische Grundlagen und Technologien des WWW. Gesamtzeitbedarf 20-25 Stundent, aber die Inhalten können bei Bedarf auch individuell zusammen gestellt werden.
Aus dem Inhaltsverzeichnis: Geschichte des Internet, Zeichenkodierung, Komprimiermethoden, Rechnervernetzung, LAN/WAN, OSI-Schichtenmodell, TCP-Protokoll, Hardwaretechnische Aspekte, Internetanwendungen, XML, Content Management Systeme, Cloud Computing, IoT

Speaker

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Alex has worked for more than 25 years in the IT Education Industry. His previous roles include instructor and network administrator progressing to Business Development in AP and Head of EMEA Education in IBM. Today Alex leads the Global Training & Skills unit in IBM. His focus is on Business Development and evolving Training Strategies to match the changing needs of companies during the current Digital Transformation.

In addition to his current role, Alex just completed his doctoral study investigating how eLearning in combination with AI can drive more product adoption. The study was motivated by the Cloud industry, which sells its products on-demand and in any country. The aim is to go beyond the Cloud industry as all businesses are today acting globally via the internet and to investigate how AI could support eLearning in organizational product adoption.

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