Welcome to the BlueBerry Newsletter!

Our aim is to keep you, our valued client, up to date with happenings at BlueBerry, technologies that you might want to consider for your business and just to say hi!

In this issue we have what's new at BlueBerry, a Staff Profile, a follow-on from last months Ultra Fast Broadband information (now I've got it what else can I do with it?), clarification of warranty coverage, HP's new Pro X2 device and information on Apple and Office365.
What's new at BlueBerry?
 
Things keep moving apace, not just in our industry, but within BlueBerry.
This month we welcome a new team member, Gregor Richter along with a new client - Nelson Tasman Tourism. We also had a visit from Comworth who distribute Oki printers, Panasonic Toughbooks and a new 3D printer from XYZ.

Anyone interested in finding out more about 3D printing should talk with us!

And lastly Richard Butler was interviewed by CIO magazine - you can read the article here

 

Staff Profile - Daniel Woodhouse
 

Business Owner, Solutioneer
Daniel Woodhouse is well known and respected in the Blenheim region and heads up our Blenheim office.
Daniel has been working in IT for 15 years and specialises in small to medium businesses where his experience shines.
Daniel is married to Lynelle and has three young children, Ryan, Max and Sam, he's a volunteer fireman and in what little time he has spare he enjoys two wheeled action of the motor and human powered variety.

Ultra-Fast Broadband - New Opportunities
 

If you have or are considering taking advantage of the new fibre-based, ultrafast broadband network there are a number of complimentary services that you can consider to further leverage the technology.

BlueBerry recommend that you talk with the team at Fibrephone, a local Top of the South Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) provider, about how their solutions can add capability to your phone systems while reducing costs typically associated with fixed line providers.

By adopting a VoIP solution over the new fibre connection, your business can potentially remove fixed line charges from your bottom-line!

To find out more talk with BlueBerry or visit the Fibrephone website

Product Warranty
 

Recently we have had a number of queries about what is and isn't covered by manufacturer warranties.
Typical warranty terms cover the cost of replacement parts and the labour to install that part(s).
What is not covered by any of the manufacturer warranties is the initial time to diagnose the fault.
Other areas not covered by standard warranties are wear and tear, drops and spills or any other form of accidental damage. Depending on the technology involved there are options to enhance standard warranties - for example, HP offer an Accidental Damage Protection (ADP) plan on certain laptops and tablets in the product range. This covers things such as drops and spills.
If you are unsure of what warranty applies to any of the products and services supplied by BlueBerry then don't hesitate to ask one of the team. 

 


HP Pro X2
 

Introducing HP's new 2 n' 1 tablet device.
Enjoy the full performance of laptop that detaches as a Windows-based tablet.
This is the ideal device for those that need the grunt of a business class laptop but the mobility of a tablet.
Pricing for the 410 series starts from $1,295.00 + GST.
If you are considering the use of tablets (or any mobile device) in your business then talk to one of the team at BlueBerry.

Office365 Update

For those of you with Office365 subscriptions you can now install Word, Excel and PowerPoint on your iPad.

Dependent on the services you have configured with your Office365 plan this can provide not only email but Document Management and Conferencing capability on the go.

Look out for more Office365 updates in upcoming newsletters.

 

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12 Sutherland Street in Blenheim

Call us on 03 548 4923

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