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AkzoNobel optimizes the security of its information system

October 19, 2011
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Akzo Nobel is the world's largest coatings manufacturer with 55000 employees and $15 billion revenue globally. Security is of key importance to the company because it needs to protect its IP, such as the formulation of coatings. Akzo Nobel's legacy security environment had grown up over the...
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Akzo Nobel is the world’s largest coatings manufacturer with 55000 employees and $15 billion revenue globally. Security is of key importance to the company because it needs to protect its IP, such as the formulation of coatings. Akzo Nobel’s legacy security environment had grown up over the years and consisted of many different technologies. It wanted to standardize and rationalise its security architecture using managed services, and chose to work with Orange. Watch the case study video to find out more about the solution and how Orange has helped Akzo Nobel meet its business objectives.

 

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