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Exclusive interview Pylones Hellas: Cloud computing & Greek companies

H Pylones Hellas, provider of advanced IT solutions for medium and large enterprises, with a long presence of more than 22 years in Greece, Cyprus cooperates with the Department of Digital Systems, University of Piraeus to conduct research to assess the changing sense of security regarding cloud computing.

Do not miss the exclusive interview of Mr. Emmanuel Neto, General Manager of Pylones Hellas with SecNews.

The General Manager of Pylones Hellas was asked several questions about his relationship cloud computing and Greek companies, the "forced transition" of the Greeks companies in the cloud because of Covid-19, if Greek companies receive the necessary measures to remain protected from hacking attacks but also how they can improve on this issue. In addition, special attention was paid to threats most often encountered by Greek companies as well as many more safety questions.

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Pylones Hellas interview: Cloud computing Greek companies
Pylones Hellas interview: Cloud computing & Greek companies

About Pylones Hellas

Pylones Hellas, a member of the Cypriot group PM Tseriotis Ltd, has been active for more than 20 years in the field of digital technologies and internet security. The company combines the services of both IT systems integrator as well as an IT security integrator, making it the pioneering provider for the Greek market. Based on the triptych Security, Optimization and High Availability, Pylonnes Hellas solutions are addressed to large companies such as telecommunications providers, hotel chains, financial institutions and in general to companies that base their business on Internet while constantly evolving, following the above triptych, the infrastructure of its customers, in order to provide in turn, a high level of digital services to consumers. Pylones Hellas' strategic partners are F5 Networks, HPE, IBM and Microsoft, offering numerous solutions in areas such as security, wired and wireless networks, storage, business critical systems, data centers and the cloud.

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