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Unique selling points:

Two of our prime USPs are SAMBA and verinice, accompanied by our know-kow in the fields of Linux and IT security. SerNet has always been an old economy style company that was not financed by venture capital and intends to stay that way. High-quality products and services that are reasonably priced, excellently trained and highly motivated staff and a unique positioning in the market will remain our strategy for healthy and independent growth.



contact:
 Reinhild Jung

email: contact@sernet.de

phone: +49 551 370000-0

Interoperability

is a core issue of SerNet. Software from various producers needs to interlock in an optimal way to achieve the best benefits for users. SerNet has been working towards achieving this goal since 1996.

Infrastructures such as firewalls and VPNs set up by SerNet always conform at least to the standards of BSI basic protection requirements.

SerNet offers its customers security according to BSI basic protection requirements and ISO 27001. The company provides external data protection officers and certified IT environments with company-own BSI-certified auditors. 

Openness & security

are not contradictory terms, but rather two sides of the same coin. Secure software does not have to hide itself. Open interfaces are the basis for unhampered access to all software properties.
SerNet uses open source software wherever possible, but also deploys proprietary software from other producers where necessary.

Growth

is made possible by seizing opportunities. In 2000, one of theses opportunities was the formation of emlix GmbH from a SerNet automation project. In 2001 this was followed by the spin-off of vokativ GmbH in the areas of media technology and events organisation. As a result of a partnership agreement with Deutsche Telekom AG, SerNet Communication GmbH was founded in 2003, followed by the launch of the Berlin subsidiary in 2005. Mid-2008 winwerk GmbH was founded. winwerk is a service provider for MS Exchange, Active Directory and Windows infrastructures.

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