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Future-Proof Resilience

  Changing demands of modern technology, alongside the need for disaster recovery and flexible working mean that traditional on-site communication systems are becoming increasingly obsolete. In the near future, those who fail to adapt and embrace new technologies...

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Future-Proof Savings

  The cost-effectiveness and reliability of a hosted telephone solution, makes it an attractive alternative to an on-premise PBX (private branch exchange) for many organisations. In the near future, most professional organisations with legacy on premise PBX...

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Future-Proof Reliability

  A reliable and effective telephone and communication system is essential for any professional organisation. Regardless of the sector an organisation operates in, communication can make or break reputations and relationships.   For many years an on Premise...

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Dell EMC VxRail Launch

IT Simplicity and Innovation Quickly transform your data center and your business with Dell EMC VxRail, the industry’s only hyper-converged infrastructure appliances co-developed with VMware®. Optimised for simplicity, they come pre-configured and pre-tested for rapid...

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Dell EMC Launches 14G PowerEdge Servers

This month saw the official launch of Dell’s PowerEdge 14G Servers. The latest generation of PowerEdge technology is specifically designed to help drive IT transformation by delivering a worryfree infrastructure that is automated, secure and scalable – with no...

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Join Our Exclusive ICT Workshops

Up and Coming ICT Events At Chess we offer monthly workshops, webinars, courses and on-site training to all our customers. Our strong relationships with best in class Vendors means knowledge and skills development is shared to help drive your business forward. Below...

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Act now, Microsoft to raise UK Enterprise prices by up to 22%

The falling value of the pound, post EU Referendum has been causing quite a stir and it’s no surprise that companies are having to adapt to survive.

Microsoft is the latest corporate giant to announce planned price rises from 1st January 2017, via their TechNet blog. They claim the move would ‘harmonise prices for enterprise software and cloud services within the EU/EFTA region’.

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