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Microserve Women in IT
April 4, 2017 by Sonia Ghag

Microserve Women in IT

Those of us who work in Canada’s IT industry don’t need to read a lot of research or statistics to know that we are surrounded by more men than women. A look around a boardroom or at the proportion of job applications that come in from women tells... Read More
Let’s Give Back!
January 4, 2017 by Sonia Ghag

Let’s Give Back!

Microserve Raises Money for Local Charities and Scholarships As the holidays have just wrapped up, we’re all slowly returning to work this week. Many of us will miss the endless supply of chocolate, egg nog, and turkey leftovers. Others will be glad it’s over as the holiday... Read More
Flat lay of survival pack cotents
September 20, 2016 by Caroline Blaylock

When Zombies Attack: Business Continuance Planning for the Post-apocalyptic Future

You’ve barricaded yourself into your office. You think it’s safe, but the shuffling, lurching figures outside your window are still too close for comfort. You hear their moans and calls for brains, and jump when you hear them begin to throw themselves against your door. The noise increases,... Read More
A Day in the Life of a Marketing Intern
August 16, 2016 by Amy Lee

A Day in the Life of a Marketing Intern

This past month has gone by in a blur and I have to say, the transition from university into the working world has been surprisingly smooth. It’s been a while since I last posted, so I thought I'd take the chance to walk everyone through a day in the... Read More
Yodeling in Avalanche Country: Why Not Using Backup as a Service is Just Plain Crazy
July 14, 2016 by Tom Tunali

Yodeling in Avalanche Country: Why Not Using Backup as a Service is Just Plain Crazy

The very first time I went skiing, it was in Austria, in March, during the height of avalanche season. With temperatures fluctuating and spring around the corner, conditions were ripe for snow to start slipping down the mountainside right on top of us skiers. So before we were allowed out... Read More
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