I am pleased to announce the recent promotions of two of our most influential employee-owners to our senior leadership team. These individuals have been an integral part of our company and culture since the day they arrived. They have repeatedly demonstrated what it means to be a good leader and a valued partner.
In light of the uptick in breaches at small and medium-sized businesses (SMB), I wanted to briefly review the cyberthreat landscape and offer some cybersecurity best practices organizations can implement to better position their businesses against the bad guys.
At Systems Engineering, we tend to stay under the radar. Focusing on our craft, our clients, our culture, and our community is how we spend our energy. On a daily basis, I am humbled by the passion and capabilities our employee-owners bring to their profession.
When an organization has been in business for 30 years, a new brand refresh is not something to take lightly or to change at a moment's notice. For that reason, I would like to share the background of this new, modern look and feel; one that we are very proud to announce to you today.
First, I want to thank you, our customer, for your continued partnership with Systems Engineering. As the world of technology gains in business importance and the demand to operate securely and productively remains a competitive differentiation, we appreciate more now than ever the trust and confidence you put in our team.
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
A lot happened for us in 2017. But before I reflect on some of the more significant events, I would like to extend my sincere thanks to each of you. Your support and loyalty are important to all of us at Systems Engineering and we are grateful for the opportunity to serve you. We deeply value the relationships we have built with you and look forward to strengthening them in the coming year.
19 years ago, I was fortunate enough to join Systems Engineering (SE)—a company that aligned perfectly with my specific interests and career goals. It may be surprising to hear, however, that it wasn’t the technology that attracted me as much as the culture of service. Prior to joining the company, I was a client of SE’s and had tremendous service experiences from the engineers, customer service representatives, and the sales team.
2016 has gone by quickly, and it’s been a positive and productive year. First, I would like to thank all of you: Systems Engineering’s clients, partners, employees, and friends. We appreciate your support, referrals, and loyalty. To those clients who joined us in 2016, welcome to the Systems Engineering family.
Growing up as an early Gen X’er, I didn’t have IT in my house, unless you include Atari® and microwaves within that category. In fact, IT was not at the forefront of my mind when I'd grown tired of wearing a hard hat and steel-toed boots as a Commercial Carpenter. So, how did I get into IT, you ask?
In this series titled "Choosing Information Technology as a Career," we will explore how various individuals, both inside and outside of the Systems Engineering organization, have come upon their career in Information Technology (IT).
In this blog post, Ron Gagnon of SE Monitoring, explains how a childhood interest evolved into a successful IT career.