Ekco eyes Dutch expansion with acquisition of ITON
Cloud and security services provider Ekco today announced further European expansion with the acquisition of technology services company, ITON in the Netherlands for an undisclosed sum.
The acquisition marks another milestone in strengthening the company's market position in the cloud computing sector. It brings to 336 the number of people employed by Ekco including a team of 75 cyber security professionals who can assist organisations with cyber risk mitigation and protection of their mission-critical digital assets.
The company is aiming to take its cloud services mainstream with ambitious plans to become a top four managed cloud services player across Europe.
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