Security service provider of the year
An independent jury recently announced its nominees and BackupNed has been nominated in the category ‘Security Service Provider of the Year’.
A safe environment for data management is a must these days and BackupNed’s initiative is highly appreciated. Customer data is stored on tapes in a secure bunker. As a result, the information is physically separated from all networks. The bunker itself is located in a secret, unrecognisable location. Hackers or curious government agencies or other bodies cannot simply enter the bunker. This approach to storing important data offline is expected to increase in popularity. “A successful company that protects organisations against the American NSA and ‘grey’ and ‘black’ hackers”.
The jury consists of five professionals who have lots of experience in IT.
Jolan Smeets is owner and programme director at Rood Projecten. She is part of the Computable jury team that evaluates nominations for the Computable Awards. She has many years of experience with complex, high exposure IT projects and programmes.
Jeroen Aris works as an infrastructure architect at Teva Pharmaceuticals. In this position, he is responsible for programme management, IT delivery, offshore, outsourcing and telecommunications. He has been work in the IT world for over sixteen years and has extensive experience with large IT implementation and business transformation programmes.
Fred Bons works as a director of Transformations& Outsourcing at Ordina. He is part of the Computable jury team that evaluates nominations for the Computable Awards. Fred Bons is an experienced business manager with more than twenty years of experience in the IT world, of which more than fifteen years in ICT project and programme management and more than ten in line management.
Bernard Vuijk works as a managing partner at Projects for Professionals. He is part of the Computable jury team that evaluates nominations for the Computable Awards. Bernard Vuijk has extensive experience as interim manager for a large number of projects, programmes and processes, in both the non-profit and business sector.
Computable makes a change to its jury for the Computable Awards 2014. FormerState Cio Maarten Hillenaar will replace Mathieu Paapst. Hillenaar will use the first quarter of 2014 to consider his future in the IT world. He believes he can perfectly combine this with his jury role.