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Your backups need some tender love and care

Dale Schembri - February 13, 2019

February has been associated with romance and love since time immemorial. It’s the time of year where we go that extra mile for our loved ones to show our appreciation (goes without saying that this should be year-round, but some extra TLC never hurts).  If you’re a business, is it any different? Your one true […]

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BMIT Adds New Backup Solution to its Portfolio

Dale Schembri - February 7, 2019

BMIT have added a new backup solution, Backup-as-a-Service, to their ever-increasing product portfolio. This addition follows their recent announcements of their new partnership with Microsoft and the building of their new €10m state-of-the-art purpose-built data centre facility in Malta. Backup-as-a-service is a flexible backup solution, allowing customers to deploy it within any setup, be it […]

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BMIT up their Hybrid Cloud Game

Dale Schembri - February 6, 2019

The first day of ICE 2019 saw BMIT announce that they have extended their hybrid cloud offerings, including the addition of Microsoft’s Azure suite of services to its portfolio. This news follows yesterday’s announcement of a new €10m data centre facility and builds on the strategic partnership struck between the company and Microsoft a few […]

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Benefits of Data-Management Strategies for the Hybrid Cloud

Joe Clarke - October 18, 2018

As more companies adopt Hybrid Cloud solutions and store their data across on-premise private cloud structures and public off-the-shelf cloud services, the need for well-defined strategies for the correct management of data becomes increasingly vital. Interestingly, according to Microsoft’s 2017 State of the Hybrid Cloud survey, 18% of those companies are not even fully aware […]

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5 reasons why disaster recovery is essential for businesses

- June 6, 2018

Old wisdom can still teach us a lot in how we handle modern technology: fail to plan, plan to fail; an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. We could go on and on, but here’s a list of the top 5 reasons why disaster recovery planning is so important for your business. […]

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Discover the latest Office 365 updates

- May 21, 2018

In the past few days, Office 365 issued exciting updates that will augment the user experience and offer better protection from cyberattacks. Microsoft has introduced new security features for the Home and Personal versions of Office 365, added some new SharePoint and Excel features, and introduced a brand-new Multi-Geo feature. Office 365 now comes with […]

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We are our choices

Joe Clarke - April 23, 2018

I have been reading a lot about the Multicloud approach recently. Multicloud, put simply, is the use of multiple cloud computing and storage services in a single heterogeneous architecture Care should be drawn in noting the difference between Multicloud and Hybrid cloud – the latter being the use of differing cloud deployment methods (e.g. Public/Private) […]

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A Year in the Cloud

Dale Schembri - January 3, 2018

Cloud technology is experiencing an ever-increasing rise in popularity among businesses. Many more companies are shifting their IT infrastructure towards an operational expenditure model rather than a capital one. This allows for a more accurate prediction of what aspects of storage services a company will need, and customise accordingly by way of scalable models. As […]

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How hybrid cloud helps businesses be more productive

James Spiteri - November 30, 2017

The two most well-known types of cloud computing are the public cloud and the private cloud. A public cloud is one that is entirely operated by a third party. Your data is stowed away in a remote server, and all software and hardware necessary for the operation are handled and owned by the provider. While […]

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What Cloud Computing Can Offer You

Jack Mizzi - March 27, 2017

Cloud computing really is an easy concept to grasp, but let’s go with the analogy route to make it even easier. In the old days, farms and factories needed to generate their own power either through windmills or water wheels. This all changed thanks to power grids, as businesses could just tap into the grid […]

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