01 Jan 2019

Major Microsoft Operating Systems Approach End-of-Life

On January 14th of 2020, Microsoft will end extended support for two of their cornerstone operating systems – Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008R2. 12 months may seem like a long time, but it’s really not when you think about the computing life cycle and all the tasks and requirements that will go into meeting this deadline. It’s important to start thinking about it and planning now, so you’re not...

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10 Oct 2018

Rise of the Bad Bots

An Article by, David Tan, CTO, CHIPS Technology Group

We are likely all familiar with the concept in computers of bots. A bot is essentially an automated program that runs with no user intervention and mimics the behavior of a human user. Many times a bot is used to automate simple processes a person would traditionally do. Like update spreadsheet with daily numbers or archive off old files....

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02 Feb 2018

Building Your Leadership Team

An Article By, Evan Leonard, President

I am a big believer in technology and these days even more so to innovate.  Everywhere we read how to automate responsibilities, customer service and manual labor.  Every tech company wants to create an application to disrupt an industry or tasks thinking that is the holy grail to reduce people.  Many studies show the work force is not going to shrink but...

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02 Feb 2018

Microsoft researchers build a bot that draws what you tell it to

Used with Permission from Microsoft AI Blog: An Article By, John Roach

If you’re handed a note that asks you to draw a picture of a bird with a yellow body, black wings and a short beak, chances are you’ll start with a rough outline of a bird, then glance back at the note, see the yellow part and reach for a yellow pen to fill in the body, read the note again and reach for a black pen to draw the...

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09 Sep 2017

A Fitbit, not an Apple Watch, was used in the Boston Red Sox cheating scandal

An Article By: Michael Sawh, Wearable.com 

Remember the story from a few weeks ago that the Boston Red Sox used an Apple Watch to steal pitching signals from the Yankees? Well, it sounds like it was actually a Fitbit and not an Apple's smartwatch at the centre of the cheating scandal.

That's according to Nick Carfardo, baseball writer at the Boston Globe, who tweeted that a Major League source...

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08 Aug 2017

Microsoft Overtakes Salesforce.com

An Article By: Wynand Roos, The CRM Team


Salesforce.com has led for decades. But things are now fading for them. Global agency Forrester recently put Microsoft ahead in Salesforce.com’s traditional stronghold: sales software[1]. This is a big coup for Microsoft who have been making gains in this area for a long time.

“Microsoft delivers on intelligent seller productivity.” – Forrester 2017 Q2...

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07 Jul 2017

Meet George Jetson!!!...The Future of Transportation

An Article By, Evan Leonard, President

The Jetsons originated in 1962 and was to take place in 2062, 100 years into the future.

I am fortunate to be a member of a group called YPO. YPO is an international organization of Presidents that concentrate on bettering their professional life, family and self. As part of our education series, I sat in on a three-hour presentation with question and...

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07 Jul 2017

CHIPS Technology Group Ranked Among Top 501 Managed Service Providers by MSPmentor 10 Years in a row!



Stephanie Memos

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CHIPS Technology Group Inc.


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CHIPS Technology Group Inc. Ranked Among Top 501 Managed Service Providers by MSPmentor 10 years in a row!

10th Annual MSP 501 Ranking and Study Identifies

World’s Most Progressive MSPs in Information Technology

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05 May 2017

Microsoft Build 2017: Microsoft AI-Amplifying Human Ingenuity

Used With Permission From: Microsoft Next Blog

An Article By: Harry Shum

A few years ago, it was hard to think of a commonly used technology tool that used AI.

In a few years, it will be hard to imagine any technology that doesn’t tap into the power of AI.

Thanks to the convergence of three major forces — increased computing power in the cloud, powerful algorithms that run on deep neural networks...

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05 May 2017

Tracking Microsoft and the Future of Computing

An Article By, David Tan, Chief Technology Officer 

For all the change that has happened in the tech industry in the last few years, there is no denying that Microsoft is still one of the industry leaders and a company that helps set the direction of computing for the broad majority of people and businesses.  In the 3 years since Satya Nadella has taken over as CEO the company has become much...

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