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Paul Byrne Joins the BITS Team

Paul Byrne Joins the BITS Team

We are pleased to announce that Paul Byrne has joined BITS as both an investor and company director, working alongside Gavin Dixon. Paul brings over 30 years of experience and knowledge in the technology industry with him, having recently sold his UK based IT company...

The Most Important IT Solutions for Remote Working

The Most Important IT Solutions for Remote Working

Back in March, the planet had to vacate their offices and begin remote working. For many companies, this happened practically overnight. Without IT and strong internet, this would’ve been impossible - just imagine if COVID had hit during the 80s! Half a year on we’re...

Technical Challenges Around an Office Move

Technical Challenges Around an Office Move

If you are planning an office move, you should know that the biggest challenges and headaches will come from your IT and Phones. Here’s some advice that will help to minimise downtime and interruption for you and your clients. Moving to a new office brings a set of...

Is Microsoft Teams Voice a viable Phone System?

Is Microsoft Teams Voice a viable Phone System?

BITS are a long-time partner of Microsoft. When the lock-down happened during the coronavirus pandemic, like all businesses, we had to enable our team to work from home. During that time, the services that we were providing to our clients were essential to them being...

How secure is it having your staff work from home?

How secure is it having your staff work from home?

With a lot of companies embracing remote working during the lock down, businesses need to improve security for staff in home offices. The corona-virus pandemic has transformed the working environment. Remote working has become the new normal during the lock down. We,...

How the Coronavirus pandemic can pose a cybersecurity threat

How the Coronavirus pandemic can pose a cybersecurity threat

Government officials have warned of new Coronavirus scams currently targeting workers who have been laid off or had reduced working hours because of Covid-19. The fraudsters are attempting to deceive people who have applied for any of the new special welfare payments...