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Securing your data around third parties

Ever wondered how many suppliers your organisation is connected to? Most likely you’re connected to multiple service providers; whether it is to receive a consultation, auditing, or support services. These are known to your business as a third party. This can also be extended to an elastic workforce or sub-contracted employees such as developers. Some […]

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Everything you need to know about a Data Centre

A data centre (British English) or data center (American English) or a datacentre can, in its simplest form, be described as a building or groups of buildings that house computer systems, equipment and similar technologies within them. These can vary from whole racks full of computer servers on one extreme, to virtual servers running on […]

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How Windows 365 Enables a Hybrid Workplace

Microsoft has created the first managed Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) product, Windows 365, which is included under the Microsoft 365 suite of online services. And their message is simple “A Hybrid Windows for a Hybrid World”, positioning their new product for the sudden increase in remote working and targeting businesses who are adopting a Hybrid Workplace. So, […]

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What is DaaS - Desktop-as-a-Service?

Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) is a managed cloud infrastructure service which delivers a virtual desktop to the user through any internet-connected device with a modern browser or remote desktop application. DaaS has been around for quite some time now (over a decade), but it never really took off on a mass scale. Some reasons being the dependency […]

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The Current DDoS Threat Landscape – Will It Ever Get Better?

Our DDoS partner NETSCOUT recently published the NETSCOUT Threat Intelligence Report Issue 7, covering the first half of 2021 and analyzing the DDoS landscape and related threats. Similarly, our connectivity partner, Telia Carrier, released the DDoS Threat Landscape Report 2021, which covers all of 2020. The general result of both these reports is far from […]

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We’re ISO 27001 recertified!

BMIT Technologies has been proudly regranted its ISO 27001:2013 certification.   But what does this entail? ISO stands for International Organization for Standardization and is the world's largest developer of International Standards for business, government, and society. Through its members, it brings together experts to share knowledge and develop voluntary, consensus-based, market relevant International Standards that support innovation and […]

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Public, Private and Hybrid Cloud, which one suits me best?

Cloud services have proved to be an undeniable requisite and a positive shift for businesses of all sizes, with a high possibility of further acceleration in the near future.  There are various Cloud Services to fit different business requirements - from storage to computing, from AI to machine learning- not to mention the availability of SaaS […]

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Webinar: Harnessing the Power of Hybrid and Multi Cloud.

Have you ever wondered how to make the most out of your local IT setup and public cloud? Or multiple cloud platforms? Learn how to harness the power of hybrid and multi cloud through this short on demand webinar hosted by the BMIT Technologies team in conjunction with Microsoft. In this on-demand webinar, we take […]

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5 reasons why you should not rely on SaaS provider backup solutions

The more we move to the cloud, the more we are getting used to the fact that the cloud providers relieve us of many responsibilities. Such an approach has its pros and cons. A cloud provider is certainly able and willing to provide many services that would otherwise consume your IT resources. However, if you […]

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The CX-Virtual Agent – Am I Really Not Talking to a Human?

In 1950, one of Britain’s most famous mathematicians, Alan M. Turing, proposed a test that could be used to evaluate artificial intelligence. In this test, a human judge observes a simple text conversation between two parties, knowing that one is a human and the other one is a machine but not knowing which one is […]

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