The company has been complying to ISO/IEC 27001:2005, an internationally recognised information security management system standard since 2010.
Neostratus, the cloud enabler for telcos and systems integrators in Europe and the MEA region substantiates its commitment to the security of customer data by continuing to comply to ISO/IEC 27001:2005, an internationally recognised information security management system (“ISMS”) standard. Neostratus has been delivering its services for sales partners and customers against this highest level of international security standards since 2010, and have now received the ISO 27001 certificates for three additional years. All processes and controls for managing information security have been audited by SGS Hungária and been found to conform to the highest standard with no concerns or requested changes.
White-label partnership with Croatia’s most innovative mobile and fixed network operator.
Neostratus is happy to announce its partnership with Vipnet, Croatia’s most innovative mobile and fixed network operator. According to the agreement, Neostratus, the acknowledged cloud enabler with operations in Europe and the Middle East and Africa, provides a fully customisable, white-labelled cloud platform for Vipnet to provision and manage a range of messaging, communication and collaboration solutions. Vipnet is the fourth operator from the Telekom Austria Group to partner Neostratus in cloud services provisioning, next to A1 (Austria), Mobiltel (Bulgaria) and Si.mobil (Slovenia). Vipnet’s cloud services from Neostratus will be available for business customers in Croatia from June 2013, in a public cloud setup.
Blog post from Andras Tudos (CTO, Neostratus) from the Telco Cloud World Conference at London.
Walking among the crowds of operators, service providers and telco professionals today at the Telco Cloud World Forum in London, I had the impression that all these people here really have plans with the cloud – they are here with a purpose. I didn’t have this impression a few years ago, while attending similar conferences around the world. The cloud is now approaching maturity; it’s no longer a vague and trendy term used and understood only by IT professionals. And it’s certainly not hype any more when cloud is identified as one of the key revenue generators for operators over the next 24 months (according to the latest Telecoms.com Industry Survey). The speed of uptake and rate of change has surprised even those of us who believed three years ago that cloud services would provide the next technological advance.
Neostratus partner Netia is the first operator in Europe to launch Microsoft Lync 2013 integrated with core voice and data services.
Neostratus partner Netia is the first operator in Europe to launch Microsoft Lync 2013 integrated with core voice and data services. At the official launch ceremony in Warsaw yesterday, Netia, Microsoft and Neostratus representatives were delighted to announce the service and field questions at the unveiling of Europe’s most innovative cloud-based communications solution. Netia Office Anywhere™ is fully integrated into the telco’s IP telephony system, creating a user-friendly, all-inclusive integrated communication solution.
Strategic partner Orixcom will help setting up cloud hub in Dubai to serve the Middle East and Africa area.
After 4.5 years of operations in Europe, Neostratus (formerly CE On-Demand) is expanding to the Middle East and Africa to achieve the strong business potential for cloud services available in the region. Through a recently announced strategic partnership with telecommunications company Orixcom, Neostratus is creating a localised hub of cloud services for the company’s operations in the MEA region. The combination of Orixcom’s existing services and local expertise with Neostratus’ leading technology and cloud enablement capabilities provides a new and innovative proposition for the Middle East and Africa that will increase productivity and improve agility for businesses in the area.