As we have developed our services, we’ve grown our wonderful workforce and the people that work at Quorum have become our most valued asset.
We sat down with employees who have worked at Quorum for varying lengths of time to find out how they got started in their career with Quorum.
Our Managed Services Team have been busier than ever during lockdown and clients have been extremely thankful for the support they are receiving across the board, which is making a huge difference to their ability to continue to operate.
We spoke to a small selection of our Managed Services Team: Robson Sheret, Adam Fisher, Clinton Brayley, and Iain McLaren, to discuss how they’ve been affected over the past 6 months
1999 was the height of the dotcom boom and it was an amazingly exciting time to be in technology. The last 21 years at Quorum has given me some amazing opportunities to work on incredibly interesting projects and with incredible people.
Due to COVID-19, joining the digital revolution has now become an obligation rather than an option. Indeed, any business which makes a virtue of necessity by embracing technological solutions to the current situation will be well-equipped to meet the demands of tomorrow, whatever those may entail.
This week, the Quorum SQA project team are delighted to get involved and help our client, SQA, to respond to a call to action for all public sector organisations to make available any working desktops or mobile IT equipment.
Quorum’s Managing Director, Andrew Watson is delighted to join the trustee board of Flexibility Works, a new social business from two of Scotland’s leading experts in Flexible Working – Nikki Slowey and Lisa Gallagher.
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented us all with unprecedented challenges as we’ve all had to invoke our business continuity plans in a massed way that none of us expected. Some praise for the cloud.
Hopefully you are all now well established in the pattern of everyone in your company working from home, although some of you may still be deploying additional infrastructure to support this – particularly if most of your infrastructure is still on-premises…
The recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is challenging many organisation’s Business Continuity Planning (BCP) arrangements as they have often been built around the assumption that employees can attend a business recovery site en masse, or that not all offices would…
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