Media Digest 2015
AdNovum CEO Chris Tanner talks to kmuRundschau and ICTkommunikation about IT security, offshoring, recruiting and company culture.
«Bei AdNovum arbeiten wir nicht umsonst»
Software engineer Sylvie Stucki and business analyst Tim Sterchi in NZZ Campus about their work for the mobile payment solution TWINT. In the same edition: Interview with software engineer Nicolas Rüegg.
Portemonnaie made in Switzerland
Article about Twint and interview with Chris Tanner by Claude Settele in Netzwoche's special "IT for Finance".
Portemonnaie made in Switzerland [IT for Finance, Netzwoche, 21.10.2015]
Portemonnaie made in Switzerland [IT for Finance, Netzwoche, 21.10.2015] (PDF, 304 KB)
"Twint war inspirierend für unsere Engineers" [IT for Finance, Netzwoche, 21.10.2015]
"Twint war inspirierend für unsere Engineers" [IT for Finance, Netzwoche, 21.10.2015] (PDF, 240 KB)
(c) Netzmedien 2015 / www.netzwoche.ch
Kampf um das digitale Portemonnaie
Article with statements of Tom Sprenger by George Sarpong in Netzwoche, interview with Tom Spenger on www.netzwoche.ch.
Article about the strong Swiss franc with statements by Chris Tanner in Computerworld's Top500 special edition.
Beyond ICT: Chris Tanner, CEO, Adnovum
"Technik, Tempo und immer die Augen offen halten" - short interview (in German) with Chris Tanner in Netzwoche.
Fintech: Technology as Critical Success Factor
Focus article by Tom Sprenger and Martin Nokes, published in Netzwoche and other media.
Attacks Are Becoming Increasingly Professional
Interview with AdNovum's Security Officer René Rehmann and Head of Security Engineering Marcel Vinzens in IngFlash.
A Vast Field
Interview on trends and challenges in the area of security solutions with Stephan Schweizer and Tom Sprenger in kmuRUNDSCHAU of June 3, 2015.
Software Engineering: Renovate or Rebuild?
Before deconstructing and rebuilding software, it is advisable to evaluate the capacity of the existing solution. Many times, soft renovation is a good option. However, making the right decision is not easy. Article by Peter Gassmann and Beat Fluri in Computerworld