Your IT Department

Acting as your virtual IT department, BlueScale can support and manage your complete IT requirements, whilst providing your business with the insight to take advantage of emerging technology trends.


Get expert management for selected components of your IT environment. Reduce your operational risks by outsourcing the management of your complex systems and/or non-core activities, such as directory and email management, backup, network, storage and patching.

Advice and Projects

Need targeted assistance? BlueScale can help your business to understand the evolving IT landscape and your own problems and opportunities. And when it comes time to implement, our experienced technical engineers will ensure your IT investment delivers business value.

IT Assets

BlueScale provides comprehensive procurement support for hardware, software and IT services. Get the advice you need to acquire the right assets for your business. Understand your licensing; manage your warranties and technical support.

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Wearable Computing For Business

  • July 1st, 2014

LG, Moto and Samsung’s have one. Pebble have been doing it for years. Microsoft and Apple are rumoured to be working on one. And Google just released a new version of Android they’d like everyone to use to run them all.

Smart watches are just part of a broader “wearable computing” trend that has been building over […]

  • Beyond the Magic of Cloud Services

Beyond the Magic of Cloud Services

  • June 30th, 2014

It’s hard not to believe the hype. Especially when cloud services can be a good solution, even the best solution, for some problems. But “the cloud” is not possessed of supernatural powers.

The massive marketing campaigns underway by the dominant global technology companies of our era – Microsoft, Google, Amazon – often imply (but of course never quite promise) […]

  • SharePoint – With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

SharePoint – With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

  • May 30th, 2014

For many organisations Microsoft’s SharePoint holds out the hope of solving a huge range of business problems – document storage, project management, task tracking, collaboration, archive management, company internet, intranet and extranet sites, financial data analysis, blogs, basic CRM, cloud data sync, Wikis, custom development, and now with version 2013 even private social networking.

It’s a vast list of capabilities, but even this is only a partial list. The ability to integrate 3rd party add-ins via the new online App store means that there are literally thousands of new features and custom modifications only a couple of mouse clicks away at any time. This makes SharePoint simultaneously one of the most powerful and yet dangerous IT platforms in business today. […]


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