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This is where we reveal and elaborate on company milestones, scoops, events & projects.

Secondly, it serves as a go-to Knowledge Database: we keep our finger on the pulse of the IT industry and use blogs & articles to report on everything that is worth reporting on. Included bonuses: our expert opinion on the topics in question.

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Outsourced Data Cloud Storage: 5 benefits for business

Outsourced Data Cloud Storage: 5 benefits for business

In 2017, 49% of companies using a SaaS (Software as a Service) service had adopted a multicloud strategy. By the end of 2022, this number is set to grow to 75%. That’s according to Gartner1, drawing attention to what is now a truth that can be shared on many fronts: the word cloud is synonymous with multicloud, given that most companies use multiple public and private clouds. This approach eliminates crucial challenges such as vendor lock-in or latency, and enables easy management of cloud costs. Thus, the need for tools to effectively administer the multicloud arises.

WESTPOLE announces All-in-One Workplace, a new Workplace as a Service offering

WESTPOLE announces All-in-One Workplace, a new Workplace as a Service offering

WESTPOLE, an IT services and solutions company and a specialist in digital transformation, has launched its own Workplace as a Service (WpaaS) offering, called ‘All-in-One Workplace’. It is specially designed in support of Luxembourg start-ups and small businesses. WESTPOLE wants to help them focus on their main business goals, by providing them with a secure and innovative cloud-based workplace on the go.

How Object Storage can help reduce your downtime during a ransomware attack

How Object Storage can help reduce your downtime during a ransomware attack

Ransomware is everywhere
Ransomware is everywhere. And it’s a severe threat to your business, data and continuity.
Ransomware is a type of malicious software that blocks access to a computer system until a sum of money is paid. Ransomware can infect computers through email attachments or links on websites.

Multi-Cloud Management: solution to reduce business complexities

Multi-Cloud Management: solution to reduce business complexities

In 2017, 49% of companies using a SaaS (Software as a Service) service had adopted a multicloud strategy. By the end of 2022, this number is set to grow to 75%. That’s according to Gartner1, drawing attention to what is now a truth that can be shared on many fronts: the word cloud is synonymous with multicloud, given that most companies use multiple public and private clouds. This approach eliminates crucial challenges such as vendor lock-in or latency, and enables easy management of cloud costs. Thus, the need for tools to effectively administer the multicloud arises.

WESTPOLE announces WESPACE, European hybrid cloud offering

WESTPOLE announces WESPACE, European hybrid cloud offering

WESTPOLE, IT services and solutions company and digital transformation specialist, launches WESPACE, a new name to represent its European hybrid cloud offering and platform. WESPACE offers a hybrid alternative for the often too standard public clouds. Today’s public cloud offering will not be able to host all data in 10 years’ time, says WESTPOLE, a more hybrid offering is mandatory.

WESPACE takes you to unknown places

WESPACE takes you to unknown places

2022 will be the year WE take you to unknown places. WESTPOLE announces the launch of WESPACE, a new naming to identify its European cloud offering.

GRC: The foundation for managing business?

GRC: The foundation for managing business?

The WESTPOLE Benelux board believes that the GRC department must adopt the best management framework to ensure the quality of delivered services in order to respond and satisfy our clients.

Hybrid working at WESTPOLE: a subtle balance

Hybrid working at WESTPOLE: a subtle balance

No need to tell you that hybrid working has become the new normal in no time. However, many business leaders still have questions about how exactly this mix of telework and office work should be organised. Employees who are given more autonomy will be more motivated, more productive and more engaged, right? On the other hand, with 100% home working, there’s a greater chance of isolation, and in extreme cases eventually burnout. In other words, how do organisations create the right balance between the digital and physical workplace?