Welcome to ish technology

Turning technology into solutions

Overview

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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28 Nov 2016

Seasons Greetings! Not the Holiday Season, which is fast approaching, but rather, the yearly trial (and error) that is the VET Reporting Season.
For those delivering VET Training, this means Total VET Activity Reporting . For some, it might be reporting for funded training programs like CSO. Everyone, it means frustration, confusion, and long hours put in to meet what seems to be an impossible deadline.

20 Jul 2016

You may have read a bit in the news recently about the unfolding disaster with TAFE's new student management system. Although the software at the heart of that rollout is one of our competitors, it isn't with schadenfreude that I write this. Failures like this hurt the whole software industry. Tribal is but one part of the $750 million dollar Department of Education IT implementation; a project that was originally costed at under $450 million. Also included are new payroll systems, a K-12 student management project and new LMS platforms.

12 Jul 2016

Some new search options have been added to the Enrolments list view to make searching for, and selecting, the students you wish to report for government funded AVETMISS training simpler.

Where do I enter a Commitment ID?

When a NSW Smart & Skilled student is approved for study, a Commitment ID is issued. This Commitment ID should be recorded in the enrolment record for the enrolment(s) that make up their complete qualification of study. For some providers, this may be a single enrolment with all the outcomes attached, while for other providers, clustered or single units of study enrolments may require the Commitment ID to be entered in multiple enrolment records.

“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