It seems like just yesterday that we wished our 2018 interns "good luck" before sending them off to their final year of school, and yet, here we are welcoming in a new class of interns. Our 2019 program includes five members joining us from a variety of schools including University of Southern Maine, University of Maine, Lehigh University, and the University of Alabama.
Your organization’s data is in the cloud, so now what? Is it secure? Where is it? Is it readily available? Who is accessing it?
Systems Engineering (SE) is pleased to announce the continuation of its summer internship program. Our 2018 program includes seven graduates, or soon-to-be graduates, joining us from a variety of schools including Villanova University, Southern Maine Community College, Kennesaw State University, University of Southern Maine, and Tufts University.
In this quarter's SE Spotlight, we decided to highlight the amazing interns who are with us over the summer. This talented group of students and graduates joined Systems Engineering (SE) to receive real-world job experience and hone the skills they already have while learning new ones. SE Spotlight provides a brief look at our 2018 interns:
As we wrap up another year, we take a moment to look back on the memories and good times we shared with our friends that make up the Systems Engineering (SE) family. Here are a few of our favorite events and moments that happened in 2017:
SE Help Desk is here to support the daily needs of our clients and it is no small task. Our team services 121 businesses with approximately 3,850 (+/-) end-users. Each day they work hard to deliver engineering excellence and superior customer service. To achieve this, they focus on providing a high level of service that delivers value in every interaction and results in a positive outcome for the client. To accomplish this outcome, we have outlined some of the SE Help Desk metrics that demonstrate their commitment to improving the end-user experience.
It is reported that around 269 billion emails are sent worldwide each day with 150(+/-) of those being delivered straight to each of your employee's Inboxes. According to Symantec’s 2017 Internet Security Threat Report, one in 131 emails contains malware. This means that on a daily basis every one of your employees is faced with emails that threaten the security of your organization’s data.
The time to think about Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions and policies isn’t after employees start using various personal devices for work.
At our recent Lunch & Learn, Personal Devices and Corporate Data: The impact of BYOD and MDM in the workplace, Elek Miller of Drummond Woodsum stated, “You need to carefully consider your policies & procedures and document them prior to any employee using a device for work. It is one of the most important/first things you should do prior to implementing any MDM solution.”
At Systems Engineering, our success depends on the efforts of our employees and we strive to attract and retain talented, dedicated and skilled staff who share our values and contribute to our vision and take pride in our clients' success.