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Saturday, 18 May 2013 12:32
The Apajove AGM gathers together everyone involved in the company for an annual review and knees-up. This year we commandeered the Glenmorangie Room on the 28th Floor of the Gherkin, St Mary’s Axe, London. The view from the top is pretty impressive, even on a cloudy May day! We were celebrating our best ever year, expansion of the business and the development of our new support offerings and setting out our stall for the coming year. Following the meeting we went to a show at the Comedy Store and dinner at Gordon Ramsey’s Bread Street restaurant, highly…
Wednesday, 24 April 2013 11:23
We are pleased to announced some further new recruits. John Fitzsimons has joined us to manage the commercial parts of the business as Director Business Development. Richard Jessop is now part of our technical team, specialising in System Center and Microsoft Private Cloud technologies.
Wednesday, 01 August 2012 15:55
Here at Apajove we are tremendously excited and proud to announce that we have been rewarded Microsoft Gold Partner Status for Management and Virtualisation. We have also retained our Silver Desktop competency and added the Silver Server Platform competency to our roster. The Gold Partnership award recognises our expertise, certification levels and references and satisfaction survey results from customers we have worked with over the past year. Our thanks to all of you who have supported us over the past year, completed CSATs for us and we look forward to working with you again in the coming months.
Wednesday, 02 May 2012 10:55
Some exciting news in the world of rebranding this week. A project we have been running with the University of Salford BA (Hons) Graphics Design course to design a new corporate identity for Apajove is reaching its conclusion. Fifty of Salford University’s finest graphics design minds have been working feverishly against tight deadlines to produce professional-standard entries for a competition funded by Apajove. The final designs are in, and selection of the winning submission will take place this week. More information as the implementation of the new branding is deployed in the coming weeks. Our grateful thanks to all the…
Wednesday, 02 May 2012 10:40
Hot on the heels of last month’s Silver Desktop competency Apajove are very excited to announce the award of our third Microsoft Partner Competency! We are now a Silver Virtualization partner. This award is in recognition of our capabilities and customer references in the Microsoft virtualization space. With Hyper-V v3 shipping with Windows Server 2012 in Q4 of this year we’re working hard to build offerings and capability in this area. As always, a big thank you goes to our customers who acted as references for our recent virtualization projects.
Thursday, 15 March 2012 16:53
Apajove are very pleased to announce that we have today been awarded our second Silver Microsoft Competency. Along with our existing Systems Management competency we are now Desktop certified too! This award is in recognition of the great work we have done over the past twelve months deploying Windows client systems with System Center Configuration Manager 2007 and 2012 and the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit. A big thank you to all of our customers who provided references and case studies towards this award, and to the members of the Apajove team who have worked so hard to deliver excellence to all of our…
Tuesday, 13 March 2012 20:38
We are pleased to announce the availability of our latest Case Studies. New this month is news on some of our early adopters and the System Center 2012 Suite and a fantastic Windows 7 deployment project we have just completed. If your company or organisation is planning something similar, why not contact us and see how we can help?
Thursday, 01 December 2011 17:01
On site in London at an IT security company implementing System Center Operations Manager recently two of us seized the opportunity to scale the 313 steps of London’s first-ever tourist attraction, The Monument. Built in the 1670s, The Monument is 202 feet high, its height marking the distance of the monument from the source of the fire in nearby Pudding Lane in 1666. John doesn’t like heights, but it was his idea!