Celebrating the power of apprenticeships!Former Quorum apprentice, Ryan Maitland, recently passed his SCQF Level 8 IT & Telecommunications Apprenticeship and was promoted to Support Analyst in our busy Managed Services team. Ryan joined us in September 2020 to...
Quorum are proud to announce that we have been awarded the Microsoft Calling for Teams Advanced Specialisation. The Calling for Microsoft Teams advanced specialisation allows partners with an active Microsoft Gold Cloud Productivity competency to further differentiate...
Quorum are proud to announce that we have been awarded the Microsoft Identity and Access Management Advanced Specialisation.Quorum has been awarded the Microsoft Identity and Access Management Advanced Specialisation, an elite accreditation for Partners who...
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
Quorum is pleased to be a confirmed supplier on the latest iteration of the UK Government G-Cloud Framework for the 2nd year. G-Cloud 12, managed by the Crown Commercial Services (CCS) went live on September 28th, 2020. The G-Cloud framework is an initiative which the Government began in 2012 to provide UK public sector organisations with a centralised procurement framework for the provision of cloud products and services.
Remote working is nothing new, and neither is the use of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) to facilitate it. What is new, however, is the unprecedentedly wholesale transition to homeworking brought on by the outbreak of a global pandemic. Thankfully, the technology is most certainly there to allow such a rapid change of tack. In particular – Windows Virtual Desktop (or WVD).
On October 13, 2020 support will end for Office 2010. The best upgrade path is to Microsoft 365. Not only will you receive the very latest versions of the same apps you know from Office 2010, but you’ll also gain access to the new cloud-based services, including the increased productivity and collaboration that comes with Microsoft Teams.
With, at least, the bare bones of a modern workplace now in place, it’s time to finesse the finer points of your company’s processes. Bringing your legacy applications up to speed and integrating them more seamlessly into the new normality that you and your team are striving towards is key to unlocking a whole host of benefits.
It’s safe to say that the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has affected every facet of our lives, including the way in which we approach our working hours. There is an argument to be made that one silver lining of lockdown could be the shot in the arm that it has given to the digital revolution.
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