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makes Netkom even more attractive to its client base. n’cloud – the virtual office “IT today shows an ever stronger growing tendency towards the outsourcing of hardware and software, as well as data, such as the use of cloud-based services,” stresses André Matter, CEO at Netkom. The Wi-Fi accessible, private n’cloud was created to meet this growing demand and is subject to security standards, which are equally strict as the Swiss banking security standards. All of n’cloud’s servers without exception are located and maintained in Switzerland, which prides itself with the world’s most rigid data privacy act. A Swissbased data storage system, amongst other advantages, prevents data access or data scan by unauthorised third parties. Moreover, data backups are made in regular intervals thus guaranteeing the safety and availability of a company’s data. In addition to these security measures, data stored in the n’cloud succumbs to supplementary security checks: access to data is managed by a supervisor who defines the access rights of each user. Whenever a user accesses data from the n’cloud, he or she will have to identify themselves separately with a login.

showcases such as a mobile workplace (n’cloud office), virtual document management system (n’cloud DMS), automatic IT surveillance (n’cloud System Monitoring), as well as IT solutions that run simultaneously on different appliances such as notebooks, tablets, smartphones, or PCs (n’cloud Mobility).

safety of data is of Netkom’s utmost concern. “In us,” stresses André Matter, “you will find a trustworthy and competent partner.” All of Netkom’s services, local installations or data outsourcing projects like the n’cloud alike, are one-stop services. This will warrant solutions and guidance that will help the client make seminal and wellgrounded decisions.

Another one of Netkom’s highlights, to be introduced at this March’s CeBIT, is the introduction of the n’cloud virtual office solution to resellers – a step that will make the application available to an even wider clientele and also open the market for potential resellers, distributors, or agents.

Pay Netkom a visit at the CeBit in Hannover (14to 18 March 2016) in hall 5, stand G47. André Matter and his team are looking forward to meeting you there and to introduce you to the latest developments on the IT market.

A guiding hand

Next to the client’s satisfaction, the customer’s trust in the company as well as the

The n’cloud is at the user’s disposal whenever or wherever data is needed. It can be accessed from anywhere in the world at any time of day or night and with any webenabled device – a flexibility that makes the n’cloud an ideal and easy-to-use solution as a platform for virtual office applications. A turning point This year’s participation at the CeBIT in Hannover is going to be a turning point in Netkom’s successful company history. It does not only signify Netkom’s entry into the international market, but also the launch of Netkom’s cooperation with another successful company, namely with Samsung Electronics Switzerland. Samsung is going to supply the appliances for the introduction of varied and n’cloud focussed

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Discover Germany, Issue 36, March 2016  

Discover Germany promotes German, Swiss & Austrian Design, Tourism, Food, Culture and Business.

Discover Germany, Issue 36, March 2016  

Discover Germany promotes German, Swiss & Austrian Design, Tourism, Food, Culture and Business.