Jack Jayilian recently celebrated a five-year milestone with us at Somerville. For those who don’t know him, here’s a little Q&A to get you acquainted! Q: First, tell us a little
Modernising your information technology (IT) infrastructure to keep pace with change is no small feat. Like chess, with its many possible moves and strategies, organisations can feel overwhelmed by the
If you’ve worked with Somerville over the past ten years, there’s a good chance you’ve met Elaine Donaldson in our Sales Support team. Always prioritising our customers and providing the
In a hyper-connected world, we need to provide constant connectivity to the users within our network. When you set up a Wi-Fi network correctly, you can drive the productivity, mobility
Consider this: Cloud computing is growing seven times faster than overall IT spending growth, according to IDC. “Australia has long been a fast adopter of new technologies and cloud is
Somerville are launching “Secure Connect GO!” Modern Workplace as a Service (MWaaS), a workplace management service designed to ensure remote teams get the most out of their tools regardless of where they are located.
Somerville Modern Workplace as a Service (MWaaS) is the ultimate workplace management service designed to ensure remote teams get the most out of their tools regardless of where they are located. Somerville’s Modern Workplace Manager, Nathan Kramer recently shared his thoughts and excitement regarding the new solution.
When conflicting viewpoints threaten to disrupt your cloud program, a leadership forum – a workshop that facilitates communication breakthroughs and aligns leaders — can help get things back on track.
A data breach is almost inevitable because we continue to make the same security mistakes. Here are five of the big ones, according to experts, and why you simply have
This Q&A article focuses on Somerville’s National Software Sales Specialist, Danny Thien, who’s role involves navigating complex solutions and helping organisations choose the best enterprise software licencing agreements for their needs.
Q&A Series – How Somerville’s One-to-One program supports innovation in Australian schools – Jack Jayilian
Somerville is proud to support schools to deliver more engaging and relevant learning using technology. Our latest Q&A series with Jack Jayilian, Senior Technical Specialist discusses how Somerville and the service team work with schools to ensure seamless device management, coupled with rapid service to deliver IT device programs that help drive innovation in schools.
Q&A Series – How the Somerville Service Desk Streamlines Organisation’s IT Environments – Sonam Shetty
Ever wondered how IT related issues for organisations get resolved at Somerville? Our latest Q&A series focuses on our Systems Engineer, Sonam Shetty and the day-to-day experiences she has helping organisations streamline their IT environments.
Since the cloud’s inception, digital disruption has been accelerating at a rapid rate. In fact, more than 80% of companies use a multi-cloud strategy, usually in a hybrid model. On
Scott’s passion lies in technology and education. As Hybrid IT Consultant and a key member of the Somerville team, Scott’s focus is on designing, implementing and managing robust backup strategies
Aden has been an integral part of the Somerville technical services team since 2015. As a hard-working, innovative and driven Infrastructure Manager, Aden helps define, implement and maintain scalable and
Darren is an integral member of the education team at Somerville. As Hybrid IT Consultant, Darren works with schools and educational institutions throughout Australia to provide fit-for-purpose hybrid solutions. With
Q&A Series – How the Somerville Connectivity Gateway enables better organisational outcomes – Osh Ranaweera
Osh is inspired by technology and new thinking. As a motivated Network Manager, he has helped formulate the national network team at Somerville to be ready for the new challenges
Kevin is a passionate technologist with a proven track record in getting an organisation’s IT services operating at peak efficiency. Kevin is a catalyst for change with skills spanning management
Microsoft Office 365 adoption is more widespread than ever – and it’s easy to see why. It provides a streamlined and cost-effective range of cloud Office services with the added
There are two main considerations to make when assessing whether IT infrastructure should be purchased and installed in on-premise server rooms, or whether it should be set up “in the
For IT professionals in the education sector, security concerns are felt particularly keenly. Like their counterparts in other industry sectors, they worry about the cost and damaged reputation associated with
Security isn’t just about your firewall or your ability to detect threats. Staying secure comes down to taking a holistic approach backed by the right technology. Follow the link to learn more.
IT can be something of a Sydney Harbour Bridge project. Like the painters who daily scale towers of the iconic construction, reaching up to 134 metres above sea level to
It’s interesting to take a closer look at the selection of technology in support of a school’s curriculum and learning outcomes. Technology in education is a means to an end,
Powerful personal computing devices have changed the way we work. Staff in a range of industries have reaped the benefits of increased collaboration, mobility, immediate communication, and reduced paper use.
There are many reasons to consider moving applications to hosted private cloud. Most businesses today have become all too aware that they should expect disruptions in their industry, and competitive
5 signs you’re ready for the private cloud Download infographic The digital transformation journey that many organisations are beginning, often start with establishing a partnership with a private cloud provider,
Security Considerations in the Cloud When cloud first entered the market, there wasn’t a huge focus or consideration on data security. Now that cloud adoption is becoming more common and
It’s a question many businesses are asking: should you be moving all of your IT workloads to the cloud? Cloud means different things to different businesses, representing different opportunities
If you asked around your office whether people would prefer to work without lights or without internet, they’d probably choose the glow of their screens. For modern, connected organisations, little
Where to Start with IT Security When a new technology involves a significant culture shift, there will always be some unease. The cloud is no exception. Is it secure? How
When new legislation is introduced that relates to IT security, it is always worth paying attention. Such is the case with Australia’s new Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme, introduced recently.
Even for the most security-conscious amongst us, 2017 was a wake-up call. The wave of ransomware and hacks exposed weaknesses and elevated the issue IT security into boardrooms. This elevation
Confidence in cloud technology is continuing to grow due to the exceptional value and opportunities it provides. At the same time, customers are becoming increasingly concerned about the security of
When it comes to business, planning is everything. No matter how great your idea, how skilled your people, and how ripe your market, rushing in without consideration is unwise. Digital
There is no doubt that IT security has, and will continue to have, an ever-increasing number of challenges to face. However, like in the physical world, security measures are generally