Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2022It's Scottish Apprenticeship Week and we are looking for the next generation of apprentices! We are currently recruiting apprentices to join our Managed Service team who have completed their level 6 IT Systems and Networking...
Blue Monday – Debunking the MythThat dreaded 3rd Monday of January, the most depressing day of the year – or is it? With this gloomy day looming, one of Quorum's Mental Health First Aiders, Megan Levitt, decided to do some research on the topic, with surprising...
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...
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.
Windows deployment has changed and Windows as a Service can mean big, painful, or complex transformations. We can help you get and stay up-to-date with Windows releases, as well as planning for the future.
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.
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