Then and Now
Our cohort of technical students are selected! We are excited to introduce them to the team next week
This year we expose students to a curated, industry-led lecture series as part of their university degree, branded under the IncubatorPOND
The 3 horizons of innovation & how to adapt to change
Watch out for our projects next year!
Over the course of the day we covered a series of workshops, presentations and breakout sessions between academia & industry. The hot topics today focused around waste management & chain of responsibilities
Established to deliver end-to-end solutions from initial innovation right through to large-scale cloud deployment.
Andrew T graduates with a Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours) with Honours Class II. Andy brings a wealth of new perspectives and knowledge to YNOT
Over a series of industry projects, Tony begins to expose students to a series of practical experiences that are otherwise missing from their education.
YNOT technologies leads the industry in moving to a flat fee service model, providing proactive round-the-clock monitoring and support versus a traditional responsive IT service.
Tony joined the University of Newcastle’s Engineering Faculty Industry Advisory Board, creating the link between university students and industry across the Hunter Region.
Tony establishes YNOT Technologies, a company that stems to service organisations as a virtual IT department. YNOT offers ‘technology as a service’, and was established to help organisations thrive without the costly need for an internal IT department.
Tony graduates from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Computer Engineering.