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At Microserve we live and breath technology. Our blog is a bit about us, a bit about the industry, and all about putting technology to work for you. If you have a story to contribute to the blog email marketing@microserve.ca.
The Sharknado Guide To Disaster Recovery Services
March 9, 2016 by Niall Currid

The Sharknado Guide To Disaster Recovery Services

Of course, in the business world, you’re probably not going to have to deal with flying shark attacks, but there is a very real possibility of some sort of IT disaster occurring that could compromise your systems – your data, your apps – everything you need to keep your business up and running. Read More
Jobs of the Week: Senior Business Analyst in Victora and Deployment Technician at Microserve
March 8, 2016 by Tris Hussey

Jobs of the Week: Senior Business Analyst in Victora and Deployment Technician at Microserve

Microserve is seeking a Deployment Technician at our head office and our Victoria-based client is seeking a Senior Business Analyst for a three month contract. Read More
Start Planning Your Windows 10 Migration Projects Now (Updated)
March 7, 2016 by Tris Hussey

Start Planning Your Windows 10 Migration Projects Now (Updated)

The sun is setting on Windows 7/8.1 and you need to start working on your testing and migration plans for Windows 10 before it comes down to the wire for getting support and updates. Read More
Jobs of the Week: Network Analyst and Support Specialist in Vancouver
March 3, 2016 by Tris Hussey

Jobs of the Week: Network Analyst and Support Specialist in Vancouver

This week we're highlighting two great jobs both in Vancouver. Our client is seeking a Network Analyst and Microserve is expanding its Managed Services support team and needs a Support Specialist at our head office. Read More
You Wasted Your Time Creating Your Disaster Recovery Plan
March 1, 2016 by Nigel Brown

You Wasted Your Time Creating Your Disaster Recovery Plan

Does your business have a disaster recovery plan in place? Yes? Fantastic. No? That’s okay because even if you have a disaster recovery plan in place, it might not help you when everything goes pear shaped. Read More
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