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virtualDCS is a pawsome place to work

One of the many reasons I love working at virtualDCS is that we can combine all of our different hobbies and interests into the tasks that we complete every day. As long as it connects to our company values (and doesn’t make too much of a mess!) the directors are open to all suggestions. To…
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13 is lucky for some! Meet our competition winner

Congratulations to Ian McGregor Brown for winning a brand new coffee machine in our Veeam Cloud Recovery competition. We’re happy to announce that Ian from Leeds was the lucky entrant to win the main prize draw and is now enjoying a good cuppa coffee (or several) from the virtualDCS team. Ian was the 13th entrant…
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Recent CPU security flaws could uplift cloud costs by 30%

Recent CPU security flaws Spectre and Meltdown could cost businesses millions through unexpected contract uplifts. The issues affect nearly all devices using Intel, AMD and ARM processors created within the last 20 years. This includes all machines, from smartphones to servers. Both vulnerabilities allow applications to steal information that’s currently being processed on a device…
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Blue skies ahead: new apprentice for cloud computing experts virtualDCS

As apprenticeship popularity continues to grow across the UK, virtualDCS welcomes Megan Barnett to the team, where she’ll be completing a business administration course. This will be the fourth apprentice to join the company with others progressing into advanced roles within the group. In her new role, Megan will gain a variety of skills completing…
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Phenomenal growth for cloud experts brings new energy to Yorkshire region

The last year has seen Yorkshire based virtualDCS grow from strength to strength, with new contract wins and reseller partnerships. Consequently, the team is now thrilled to announce that Daniel Martin has joined the company. Daniel will now be working with the team in his new position as business development executive, where he will be…
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Developers who SaaS benefit from continued growth

New research shows that SaaS application use has increased by 33% alone over the last year. On average every company now uses 16 SaaS applications, according to BetterCloud’s 2017 workplace report. Companies also displayed a long-term commitment to SaaS technology, with nearly 75% of participants estimating that by 2020 that 80% or more of their…
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Yorkshire risks pouring £4.4 million profit down the drain

Another widespread Ransomware crisis such as WannaCry would cost the region millions, as staggering survey results show that Yorkshire is unprepared for a widespread ransomware attack. The recent attack on the NHS was devastating to all involved, but it is only one of thousands of viruses that can hold and destroy business information at will.…
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