Microsoft Greece, Cyprus and Malta announces organizational changes in its senior management team, aiming at further strategic development of its partner network and more effective customer support, at a very critical and exceptionally demanding period for businesses in all three countries.
Specifically, Albertos Bourlas, integrates Microsoft’s senior management team, taking on duties of Commercial & Partners Sales Director while Ioanna Andronopoulou takes over the position of Sales Director, Enterprise & Public Sector.
Albertos Bourlas’ previous position was at Vodafone, where he has worked for the last 11 years in various management positions, more recently as General Manager for Vodafone’s Retail Stores Chain. He has many years of experience in the field of Sales and Marketing in the field of technology in London, New York, and Hong Kong. He graduated from the Department of Business Administration at Georgetown University, and holds an MBA specializing in the development of new commercial activities from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Ioanna Andronopoulou has a successful career at Microsoft, which she joined in 2014. She is taking on her new role following her successful career as Director of Financial Services and Insurance Accounts for Microsoft Greece and Cyprus. She carries broad experience in the field of sales and has previously worked in France and Sweden. She is an Electrical Engineer, graduated from the University of Patras and holds an executive MBA from the Athens University of Economics and Business.
With these two additions to its senior management team, Microsoft Greece, Cyprus and Malta is expected to contribute even more effectively to the digital transformation of businesses in the three countries, promoting innovation, entrepreneurship, synergies while meeting modern needs for flexibility, speed, security, reliability across industries and public sector.
Heathrow to begin Covid-19 detection trials this month
Heathrow chief executive John Holland-Kaye has informed the House of Commons transport committee that the airport is to trial technologies which could form the basis of a common international standard for health screening at all global airports.
Concepts under review as part of the Heathrow trials include: UV sanitation, which could be used to quickly and efficiently sanitise security trays; facial recognition thermal screening technology to accurately track body temperature; and contact-free security screening equipment to reduce person-to-person contact.
Before any new measures are rolled out across the airport, they will be reviewed against Heathrow’s three tests to ensure that they are medically grounded, build consumer confidence and practical for airports to deliver.
The first of these trials will be a temperature screening technology which uses camera detection systems capable of monitoring the temperatures of people moving through the airport.
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