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  • 4 things you need to do to get the most out of Office 365

    Posted 26 March 2017 by Ella Jennings

    You may have already made the move to Microsoft Office 365 within your organisation, and are happily using web-based versions of the iconic Word, Excel and PowerPoint programs – but there is much more to O365 than meets the eye. Blue Chip’s Ella Jennings tells us how you can utilise some of the lesser-known apps in your everyday working life.

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  • The fairest of them all - SecureVault Cloud Backup and DR

    Posted 28 February 2017 by Anthony Green

    Blue Chip’s Sales and Marketing Director, Anthony Green, explains why we chose to offer SecureVault as the ultimate Cloud Backup and Disaster Recovery service.

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  • BYOD and CYOD and COPE - oh my!

    Posted 23 February 2017 by Anthony Green

    More than just acronyms, read about the differences between BYOD, CYOD and COPE, and how they can empower your mobile workforce.

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  • Why you'll love Veeam 9.5 with Cloud Connect from Blue Chip...

    Posted 7 February 2017 by Kelvin Papp

    Blue Chip's Senior Solutions Architect, Kelvin Papp, tells us about the exciting new features of Veeam's Availability Suite 9.5, including Cloud Connect and Windows Server 2016 support.

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  • What Makes a Good Cloud Services Provider?

    Posted 18 January 2017 by Peter Johnson

    With Cloud Computing going from the latest buzzword to near necessity in a few short years, it can be difficult to determine which provider is the right one for you. Blue Chip’s Hosting Director, Peter Johnson, explains what to look for when choosing your Cloud Services Provider.

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  • Q&A: The Dangers of Ransomware

    Posted 28 November 2016 by Shawn Wilkin

    With BBC News reporting today that British people paid over £4.5m in Ransomware demands to cyber criminals in the last year alone, it is clear that this is still a type of malware that is still widespread – and can sometimes have devastating effects. Shawn Wilkin, Security Consultant at Blue Chip, tells us more about Ransomware and how it can be avoided.

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  • True or False? The Top 5 Assumptions About Desktop As A Service

    Posted 22 November 2016 by Neil Clegg

    With the demand for remote working at an all-time high, it is natural for companies to have concerns over how to implement the correct strategy and technology. Blue Chip’s Technical Director, Neil Clegg, debunks some DaaS assumptions and explains why employers should explore the idea of Desktop Virtualisation more closely.

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