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26 Nov. 2020

Belnet appointed as a mandated organisation of the EOSC Association

Last month, Belnet was appointed as the mandated organisation of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Association for Belgium. The aim of EOSC is to create a new European web of data as a means of stimulating interdisciplinary research and thereby boosting science and the economy. Belnet's role within this ambitious project will be a coordinating and operational one.
25 Nov. 2020

Belnet completes redesign of its network

As 2020 draws to a close, the final steps will be taken in the redesign of the Belnet network. With this ambitious project, we have succeeded in significantly improving the stability, redundancy and performance of our network. The focus of the final stage has been on increasing and redistributing external capacity. And as for the future, it is definitely set to bring both investments and improvements in the long term.
26 Oct. 2020

Looking behind the scenes: how does Belnet approach projects?

The Belnet Project Management Office is responsible for the smooth running of all internal and client-related projects. Thanks to a structured and uniform way of working, you can be assured of proper monitoring of your project, transparent communication and an optimum result. Our colleague and Project Manager Elke Dierckens explains how project management works at Belnet.
24 Sep. 2020

The heart of the Belgian Internet celebrates 25th anniversary

This month, BNIX (Belgian National Internet eXchange) celebrates its 25th anniversary. BNIX was set up in 1995 by Belnet and started at the time - as the Internet was slowly emerging - with six participants and one Point of Presence. 25 years later, 58 participants are connected to the platform and BNIX has three Points of Presence (Interxion in Zaventem, LCL in Diegem and CenturyLink in Evere).
20 Apr. 2020

"Internal communication and awareness-raising are crucial in the implementation of business continuity management"

The global health crisis has meant that companies and organisations have had to drastically change their way of working in a short time. For many, this has (once again) put business continuity management on the agenda. How can you, as an organisation, prepare yourself as well as possible for the unexpected? And what are the points for attention? We spoke with Jean-Christophe Real, BCM Manager at Belnet.

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