The leading datacentre service provider has announced its presence at SiGMA 2018. During this summit, it will reveal the brand-new myNetShop v5 hosting platform to more than 12,000 attendees.
The myNetShop platform has been introduced in 2008 as a tool for clients to place orders, pay for invoices online and to communicate with the company via an integrated ticketing system. The rapid technology developments along with NetShop’s mission for providing a seamless hosting service experience, have resulted in the production launch of myNetShop v5.
Along with the launch of myNetShop v5, the company is introducing a new range of services which are tagged as SPP and take advantage of various integrations that are available in the new hosting platform. The SPP integrations have helped reduce an order’s provisioning time to a minimum and have eliminated all human-assisted administration tasks.
“We give our customers the right tools to go from A to Z, without bureaucratic and time-consuming procedures,” said George Sarris, CTO of the company. “We, on the other hand, are here 24/7 to make sure that all components of our infrastructure are operating flawlessly.”
The myNetShop v5 platform has been developed to meet customer demand and therefore new security and privacy tools are being introduced. The clients can now manage a list of authorised contacts within their account and assign permissions to each of them. Moreover, as a preventive measure to unauthorised access attempts, clients can easily set IP whitelisting access rules.
NetShop will be at stand #ST163 with more information about the SPP products and demonstrations of the brand-new myNetShop v5 platform.
Established in 2004, NetShop Internet Services is today among the leading hosting providers in Europe with datacentres in Cyprus, Malta and the UK, all approved by the local gaming and gambling regulatory authorities (NBA, MGA and UKGC).
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