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Pineappli, the first Monegasque private company to be awarded the AMSN label – 20 October 2022

Monaco Hebdo

PINEAPPLI, PRIMA AZIENDA PRIVATA A MONACO QUALIFICATA TRUSTED SERVICE PROVIDER – 19 octobre 2022

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Pineappli, the first private Monegasque company to be qualified as a Trusted Service Provider (TSP) for its electronic archiving service by the Monegasque Agency for Digital Security (AMSN) – 17 October 2022

Monaco Hebdo

Pineappli, the first private Monegasque company to be qualified as a Trusted Service Provider (TSP) for its electronic archiving service by the Monegasque Agency for Digital Security (AMSN) – 17 October 2022

Monaco Business News Avril 2021

Pineappli, the first Monegasque company to be qualified as a Trusted Service Provider for its electronic archiving service – 13 October 2022

Monaco Business News Avril 2021

E-signature and digital safe: Pineappli makes life easier for businesses – May 2022

Monaco Business News Avril 2021

Digital Trust Day: everything you need to know about electronic archiving! – May 2022

Monaco Business News Avril 2021

Pineappli, the ultra-secure digital office of the future – May 2022

Monaco Business News Avril 2021

Pineappli signs contract with Monaco Telecom – April 2022

Monaco Business News Avril 2021

LaPineappli, a start-up supported by the MonacoTech incubator, has managed to secure Monaco Telecom – Avril 2022

Monaco Business News Avril 2021

Collaboration between Pineappli and Monaco Telecom for the dematerialisation of payslips – April 2022

Monaco Business News Avril 2021

Guaranteeing the absolute security of your data in the cloud is possible! – April 2022

Monaco Business News Avril 2021

Businesses: how to meet the challenges of dematerialisation? – March 2022

Monaco Business News Avril 2021

The world’s most secure digital office – December 2021

Monaco Business News Avril 2021

Pineappli, a Monegasque start-up for secure dematerialization – October 2021

Monaco Business News Avril 2021

Tribuca: Pineappli, the digital office of the future – August 2021

Monaco Business News Avril 2021

START News – juin 2021

Forbes - Janvier 2021

EcoRéseau n° 78 : Pineappli et son « Bureau du futur » – Avril / Mai 2021

Forbes - Janvier 2021

Forbes magazine – 18 January 2021
Pineappli, the digital office of the future that secures the dematerialisation of documents in the cloud.

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Press releases

Agence Monégasque de la Sécurité Numérique

Pineappli, the very first private company in Monaco to be qualified as a Trusted Service Provider (TSP) for its electronic archiving service by the Monegasque Agency for Digital Security (AMSN)

The very first private Monegasque company to obtain the status of Trusted Service Provider (PSCO) in Monaco issued by the AMSN. Pineappli’s electronic archiving system meets all the very high requirements set by the ministerial decree of 25 March 2021, in application of the December 2019 law “For a Digital Principality”…

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Pineappli signs a collaboration agreement with Monaco Telecom for the dematerialisation of its payslips

By choosing Pineappli and its digital safe solution, Monaco Telecom has shown its confidence in and support for Monaco’s digital ecosystem…

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The Digital Office of the Future

A totally new solution that revisits dematerialisation!

Podcasts & Vidéos

Forbes - Janvier 2021

The Monaco Economic Board presents Pineappli and Maximilien Rietsch, co-founder and CTO – Riviera Radio – 7 November 2022

Forbes - Janvier 2021

Pineappli dans la Nouvelle Éco  – France Bleu Azur – 19 octobre 2022

Forbes - Janvier 2021

Interview de Jean-Marc Rietsch pour le magazine IE web TV – CNEWS – 12 octobre 2021

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Pineappli – Dematerialisation that meets your needs – 12 March 2021

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Podcast de Jean-Marc Rietsch chez RadioMonaco – février 2021

Forbes - Janvier 2021

Interview de Jean-Marc Rietsch pour le magazine Forbes – 18 janvier 2021

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Publications

Pineappli - La conservation sécurisée, l’archivage de données numériques

Secure storage, archiving of digital data – February 2021
Published by Jean-Marc Rietsch

Pineappli - Informations sur la signature électronique et la conservation sécurisée

Information on electronic signature and secure storage – January 2021

Published by Jean-Marc Rietsch

Livres blancs

Pineappli - Validation / Conservation des signatures électroniques

Validation / Retention of electronic signatures

Electronic signatures are becoming increasingly popular in France and Europe, no doubt because their legal equivalence to handwritten signatures is now widely recognised.
However, even if it is carried out correctly, an electronic signature must in any case be accompanied by a certain number of precautions in order to be enforceable when the time comes.

Livre Blanc Transformation Numérique

Data/document preservation and digital transformation

We have chosen to deal with the subject with a strong focus on archived content rather than on containers. Information is thus at the heart of the subject with its conservation/preservation throughout its life cycle.

Livre Blanc Econsentement

Why does e-consent contribute to strengthening the climate of trust between patients and doctors?

Health and the patient-patient relationship are no exception to the development of digital technology. This is all the more true as recent legal and regulatory developments (eIDAS, RGPD, e-Privacy, etc.) provide a framework of trust conducive to the development of a 100% digital patient relationship and the emergence of e-consent.

Livre Blanc Le Numérique Guide Pratique

Digital: good practices

Digital technology has entered our homes and is no longer the sole preserve of a professional environment. This poses difficulties in terms of security in the broadest sense of the term, but also at the technical, legal and personal levels with regard to the data exchanged.