Subjects: Computer security
Lonza and NNIT partner to speed up MES projects
Across the life sciences industry, pharma companies are seeking new ways to respond to the high agility required to produce complex products like personalized cancer treatment, cell and gene therapy and Covid-19 vaccines. Central to these efforts is the manufacturing execution system (MES), which allows pharma companies to adopt pharma 4.0 production and manage their data flows to expedite product
NNIT must be a super cool place to work
In December 2020, Kasper Søndergaard Andersen was appointed Senior Vice President of NNIT’s Projects, Applications & Consulting unit (PAC), and he became a member of NNIT’s Group management. Now he’s ready to share his story and vision for the future – not least that NNIT must continue to develop as a workplace.
Student Assistant in NNIT: Meet Rasmus
At NNIT, we employ a number of students and interns who are excited about the digital transformation and want to play an important role in fulfilling our customers' IT potential in different ways. Rasmus Roug Nyeland is one of them.
NNIT signs largest Veeva deal to date
NNIT recently signed its largest Veeva deal to date with a global top-10 life sciences company.
First step towards Microsoft Expert Managed Service Provider certification
With the just acquired “Windows Server and SQL Server Migration to Azure” certification from Microsoft, NNIT is one step away from achieving Azure Expert Managed Service Providers certification – as the first Nordics based IT company.
NNIT Talents acknowledged by Tech Publishing
Every year, the Danish organization Tech Publishing casts light on the many skilled IT specialists working in Denmark by announcing three IT Talent Top 10s. Among the 2020 nominees were nine NNIT employees, three of them made the cut.
NNIT Group acquires Excellis Health Solutions and continues its Life Sciences growth journey
NNIT acquires US-based Excellis, a leading specialized global provider in end-to-end supply chain consulting services to the life sciences industry.
Interim financial report for Q3 2020 just released
NNIT’s Q3 was driven by double digit profitable growth in the international life sciences segment. The Novo Nordisk Group impacted the growth negatively as expected. In addition, the Private & Public business contracted in Q3.
NNIT colleagues make their mark on Danish education
Meet Lasse Lanng Pedersen and Martin Vang Jeppesen who on a daily basis make the NNIT wheels spin at our datacenter in Bagsværd, Denmark. After office hours, they spend time sharing their expert knowledge with the future datacenter specialists of Denmark by teaching at Copenhagen School of Marine Engineering and Technology Management.
5G will be the next big thing
NNIT has been testing 5G against 4G and regular cable internet connections across different devices, and the verdict is here: it works, and it can process more data quicker and in a better quality than traditional internet/fiber net.
NNIT partner with Danish-based financial technology disruptor, NES TECH, to challenge the current software environment in the pension industry.
Copenhagen, September 11, 2020 – NNIT, a leading provider of IT services and consultancy is partnering with Danish-based NES TECH, who is behind the software application, Polaris - a challenger to the established software environment in the pension industry.The Danish pension industry has for a long time been relying on a limited selection of legacy software and service suppliers to accommodate th
NNIT signs Solution Provider Program agreement with AWS
Copenhagen, August 27 2020 – NNIT, a leading provider of IT services and consultancy is now deepening the cooperation with Amazon Web Services (AWS) by signing a Solution Provider Program (SPP) agreement. NNIT is now able to manage, service, support and bill customers using AWS, while customers have their own terms with AWS.The demand for AWS cloud services continues to grow globally. This has led
A break in into the ICS/SCADA system can disturb, corrupt or even destroy your production
Do you remember the latest stories in the news where cyber-criminals caused hundreds of domestic and international flights to be grounded at multiple airports across Sweden due to its air traffic control system being disabled, and where a nuclear power plant in Germany was infected with computer viruses via USB sticks?
Hacked power stations, crashed airplanes, or dark streets - a direct result of compromised process control systems
Hacked power stations, crashed airplanes, or dark streets would be a direct result of compromised process control systems. If you were in charge of security, how would you deal with this?