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security & network

ish has broad experience with network and application level security, and failure resistant network infrastructure. We use security products from pfSense, Astaro and Cisco as well as open source tools at the network perimeter or within your server clusters. more…

unix

Most of the servers we deploy run the FreeBSD flavour of Unix (and several Linux servers). We have a deep knowledge of the ZFS failure tolerant filesystem and maintaining servers with uptime stretching into the years. Naturally we have skills in common application platforms running under FreeBSD: tomcat, apache, PHP, mysql, drupal, Ruby rails, jobsworth and much more. more…

services

Our technical team are able to manage your network, servers and critical infrastructure and applications. We have customers with large retail store networks, large numbers of remote users and we are able to translate our technical skills into concrete solutions for your business. more…

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11 May 2015
New AVETMISS reporting requirements are being grappled with by many of our NSW customers right now, so I thought I'd put together a quick cheat sheet to answer some common questions.

Please note, you must be running at least onCourse 7.1 to have access to these reporting options.

Where do I record the Commitment ID for Smart & Skilled?
21 Apr 2015
As part of onCourse 7.0 (released December 2014), a very powerful scripting and template engine for business workflow automation was made available to all onCourse customers.

Here at ish we have been having lots of interesting discussions with customers about processes they'd like to automate in onCourse, and in many instances, we are developing new scripts and templates that all users can implement.
09 Feb 2015
This FAQ follows on from USI FAQ Part 1: The automatic verification process

The focus in this FAQ are the business processes onCourse RTO software can assist you with for finding, collecting and reminding students about their USI obligations.

More information is also available in the Unique Student Identifier (USI) chapter of the user documentation.
“In the mystery that is hardware and computer solution, the people at ish remove the mystery and help you with reliable and dependable solutions…. the first time! Apart from that, they’re really good people.”
Geoff Clow. Emerald City