Solvinity helps the Gaming Authority to modernize its IT environment
Solvinity provides the Gaming Authority with a secure, reliable and compliant cloud infrastructure and modern data, application and workplace services
After a European tender, Solvinity, the supplier of Secure Managed IT Services in the Netherlands, was selected to provide the Gaming Authority with private cloud infrastructure services and to provide application hosting, security services, data and workplace management.
Solvinity offers a solution that is scalable and flexible, and that meets the strictest requirements in the field of information security. For example, part is the regular performance of pen tests on the IT environment. This is provided by Securify, the company in which Solvinity has held a majority stake since 2021.
The support of employees in adopting the new working environment will be done in collaboration with partner CompuSmart. They will supervise the onboarding of the workplace service under the direction of Solvinity. The services offered by Solvinity offer plenty of room for innovation and further development.
“We are very proud of winning the tender and the confidence of the Gaming Authority in our services. Solvinity understands very well what organisations with strict security requirements need regarding security and compliance in the cloud and we are therefore particularly pleased to be able to start our work for the Gaming Authority. We hope for a long-term and fruitful collaboration”, says Hans van den Broek, CEO of Solvinity.
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