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Arkadin Appoints Chief Partnership Officer Didier Jaubert

Experienced Manager to corporate development continue Frankfurt, the 15 September 2013 Arkadin, one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing service providers for location independent collaboration with a broad portfolio of solutions for audio, Web and video conferencing, and unified communications, today announced the appointment of Didier Jaubert Chief partnership officer. Didier Jaubert is thus responsible for the world’s ever-growing network of partners by Arkadin. The two-stage program is aimed at leading technology companies and includes contracts for resellers as well as arrangements for the integration of external audio solutions on a platform hosted by Arkadin. In addition, the partner program with strategic white-label offerings of telecommunications companies, which offer their customers of Mets solutions for location independent collaboration turns. For Olivier de Puymorin, CEO and founder of Arkadin, the experience of Didier Jaubert is a major plus in the formulation and Initiation of new partnerships that are important for the future of Arkadin. “Didier Jaubert acquired important skills during his time at IBM and orange, if it involves the transformation of an organization, tier-1 partnerships, and cloud computing. He will help us to more quickly and more successfully to the provider of the most advanced solutions for location independent collaboration and unified communications to develop us”, explains Olivier de Puymorin. We are very happy that we now have a so savvy and forward-thinking employees in this important leadership position.

His involvement in areas of technology and partnerships with telecommunications providers is Arkadin important growth strategy.” Didier Jaubert has over 30 years of management experience in multinational companies in the IT and telecommunications industry. As a Senior Vice President at orange business services, he scored numerous successes since 2007 on projects in the areas of outsourcing and system integration. As well He impressed with great negotiating agreements and partnerships in the global environment. In his previous role as Senior Vice President for global, he paved the way for the cloud solutions, unified communications and collaboration initiatives, solutions and services at Orange. In addition, he introduced a comprehensive portfolio of cloud based offerings.

Previously he was sales for 20 years at IBM with central management tasks in the fields and global services in the United States and France. At the ecole Centrale Paris he graduated as an engineer. At the University of Paris, he also successfully studied economics. In his new role Didier Jaubert is headquarters of Arkadin in Paris work and as a Board member directly to CEO Olivier de Puymorin report. About Arkadin, Arkadin was founded in 2001 and is one of the largest and fastest-growing provider of collaboration services worldwide. Arkadin’s corporate vision is based on the conviction that progress a result of the desire of the People is to share information and to share. To do this, Arkadin provides a comprehensive selection of remote solutions for audio, video and Web conferencing and unified communications. Arkadin provides these services by using a SaS (software-as-a-service) model to allow a fast and scalable use his customers with a high return on investment (ROI). The company has a total of 51 branches, which serve its 37,000 customers with their dedicated team of native support in 32 countries. ARKADIN Germany GmbH Michaela Best (marketing) said road 51 60326 Frankfurt Tel + 49 69 4272962-18

Employers Underestimate Security Risks By Home Office

Iron Mountain study: 60 percent of German employees send and receive business emails on your private account Hamburg 27 August 2013. For more information see this site: Don Slager. 1 Of the service provider for information management and data protection, Iron Mountain study, that are the details of German companies by the behavior of employees exposed to a significant risk at their home office workstations. Thus, 60 percent of German employees use their private email account for business issues. Also, the support and the facilities of many employers is often insufficient to adequately protect business data. Many employers tolerate conduct of their staff at work in the Home Office, which expose their company information to a significant risk. So 60 percent of German employees indicated, to use their private email accounts to send and receive work documents. 35 Percent at home leave their work documents and 21 per cent dispose of your business documents in the household waste. Also operates one in ten (10 Percent) by a public Cafe.

7 Percent used an insecure W connection of LAN, working documents by E-Mail to send and receive. These behaviors are often sensitive business information for cyber attacks or other loss of data make them vulnerable. The study surveyed workers in Germany, UK, France, Spain and the Netherlands missing requirements and lack of IT resources. She found that one-third (33 percent) of German workers at least two times works a week from home. But only 25 percent of the German company its employees pretend what paper files and electronic data it with home and which may not take them. In 73 percent of German companies lack appropriate policies governing the working from their home office.

After all, Germany cuts off even better than the average of the surveyed countries (83 percent) thus. For many companies, the alignment of the IT infrastructure is the main problem. 54 Percent, the employer fails safe working in the Home Office at missing information technology equipment (PCs, laptops or Smartphones) and 67 percent provide no secure access to the intranet or a virtual desktop.

Stichwortregister

1. official guide to Micros-Fidelio 7.12 (5) the first guide titled fit for Micros-Fidelio front Office 7.12 (5) has appeared in the Leonidas-Verlag. A guide for employees, trainees and job students who want to learn how to use Micros-Fidelio 7.12 (5). This guide explains the functioning and application of the widespread hotel software Micros-Fidelio. Image for image and clearly structured chapters beginners get a quick overview of the main settings of this software and using practical examples and numerous exercises to master the program easily and within a very short time.

With a comprehensive Stichwortregister for quick reference. The author Mario Schmidt is Hotel master, and taught throughout Germany as a lecturer for culinary professions. This workbook was created from his years of training for the management system. Appeared in the Leonidas-Verlag under the ISBN 978-3-941275-12-6, price 15,80 euro (D) and 16.30 euros (A). More information and Ordering this book, see Mario Schmidt