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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 Cloud Strikes Back: What Would Happen If the Death Star Blew Up Your IT Systems?
December 17, 2015 by Niall Currid

The Cloud Strikes Back: What Would Happen If the Death Star Blew Up Your IT Systems?

It’s as if millions of your company’s files and apps suddenly cried out in terror, and were suddenly silenced. You fear something terrible has happened. Read More
Microserve Job of the Week: Junior Server Administrator, Edmonton
December 16, 2015 by Tris Hussey

Microserve Job of the Week: Junior Server Administrator, Edmonton

It's a busy time around here and Microserve continues to grow. As we build our managed IT services and cloud business we need more people to care for all the servers. Microserve is looking for a ​Junior Server Administrator in Edmonton​ to join the team. Read More
Spotlight jobs of the week: Sys Admins, UX/UI designers, front end devs, and mobile apps devs – remote okay!
December 15, 2015 by Tris Hussey

Spotlight jobs of the week: Sys Admins, UX/UI designers, front end devs, and mobile apps devs – remote okay!

We have a slew of amazing opportunities this week. Our client is a rapidly expanding tech company based in Victoria who needs to build out a team of systems administrators, UI/UX designers, front end developers, and mobile app developers. Read More
Enterprise-class IT Isn't Magic
December 14, 2015 by Tris Hussey

Enterprise-class IT Isn't Magic

IT isn’t as simple as just saying I want this app and getting it installed. There is planning and thinking around anything you do at your company. Or there should be. Read More
Calling All IT Guys!
December 10, 2015 by Nigel Brown

Calling All IT Guys!

A business providing managed IT services today can function as a company’s entire IT department—but it doesn’t have to. Often the remote IT team takes on a supporting role within an existing IT department, allowing internal IT to focus their attention on the really important issues, rather than the daily grind. Read More
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