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Coordinating all the printing for large enterprises can be cumbersome and complex. There is a way to simplify print services and prevent printer problems from occurring when you least expect it. Turning to managed print services could be the answer that makes sense for your business.
Microserve is pleased to announce that we have been selected by the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) as their IT partner for personal computing. Through this contract we will provide IT procurement services, installation, maintenance, and support for ICBC’s fleet of over 5000+ personal computers throughout the Province of BC. This contract was awarded […]
Managed print services help organizations take stock of what printing supplies and technology they already have, streamline them to have the most efficient and effective setup possible, and then help them maintain appropriate levels of stock in all areas. So what does that look like?
Microserve is very excited to announce the opening of our new branch in Halifax, Nova Scotia. After 20 years with Microserve in Alberta, Bruce Burke, formerly our Vice President of Services, is now spearheading our business in Atlantic Canada. We’re proud to say that we now have five locations in Victoria, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary and […]
Managers and bosses may think of technology as more of a distraction that halts productivity, but these days it can actually help to boost productivity when used in the right ways. How can your team use tech to their benefit? Try some of these ideas to keep everything flowing.
Hiring for IT isn’t that different from hiring the right person for any other role in your company. You will need to develop the job description, publicly post the job, and conduct multiple interviews to find the right fit.
Attracting tech talent in today’s competitive market is a difficult task. You need to clearly identify the skill set you’re looking for,. You also need to identify reasons why a candidate would want to work for you. All of that will make your search easier.
After spending the last 20 years as Microserve’s Alberta Regional Manager, we are excited to share that Larry Stefanishen has moved to Kelowna, BC and transitioned to the role of Account Executive for Interior and Northern BC. Having lived in Alberta since birth, Larry has made the decision to opt for a (slightly) warmer climate. […]
Audio/Visual equipment can dramatically help you with this endeavor and now more than ever before high tech solutions that were once out of reach of small to medium-sized business owners are now right at your fingertips.