Henry Hoyne, CTO, featured on SDM Magazine's September Enterprise Access Control article: "5 Big Trends Affecting the Enterprise".
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Milpitas, CA—Northland Controls, a global security systems integrator and managed services provider to the world’s top high-tech and financial institutions, opened a new headquarters space today. In the past decade the company has grown from $1 million in revenue to almost $70 million with locations all around the world.
“Our new Milpitas headquarters is the direct result of the rapid growth we’ve been experiencing and part of our deep roots in the tech sector,” says CEO Pierre Trapanese. “With the expansion to Milpitas, our first-of-its-kind outsourced global security operations center can expand in our existing Fremont location to accommodate growing client demand.”
Although the company is keeping its existing Fremont, Calif. location, which houses its global security operations center and managed services programs, CEO Pierre Trapanese said that there was a need for additional space to meet the demand.
“Finding another office in Silicon Valley was part of the company’s long-term strategy,” Trapanese told Security Systems News. “So we found an architect that many Silicon Valley companies have used to create a high-tech and more open feel that allows for increased interaction and collaboration among employees.”
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Leveraging its adjacency to Silicon Valley, Northland Controls has grown more than twentyfold the past decade by catering to the exacting security and operational needs of the world’s top high-tech firms.
Building global security operations centers (GSOCs) for the likes of Apple, eBay and Google, Northland Controls executives came up with the idea of offering the same kind of comprehensive high-end security services to others through a managed services model.
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Systems integrator Northland Controls travels to Uganda and Rwanda for the 2014 Northland Challenge.
The Northland Challenge 2014 begins with a journey through the tea farms and banana plantations of Uganda, meeting many friendly people along the way, and some close encounters with the local wildlife.
Day 3 of the Northland Challenge, including an encounter with hippos, a flat tire in the savannah, and camping along the shores of the Ishasha River.
Day 4 of the Northland Challenge, including traveling on the back roads of Uganda, the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, and crossing the border into Rwanda.
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