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About Mercury IT

Mercury IT was established in 2004 by technical engineers Luke Halliday and AJ Williams to fill a market gap created by IT companies they felt were too focused on supplying products, rather than quality service. We are a technology company that offers a comprehensive range of services to large and small Australian businesses—regardless of their industry.

Mercury IT knows that each business is unique and strives to complement each client with personalized services and solutions to improve each client's overall productivity, efficiency, and competitive advantage. The company designs solutions based on solid, objective business metrics like Return on Investment and Lower Total Cost of Ownership. These solutions are delivered via a life cycle services model that has been designed to ensure excellence in execution, financial management, and customer satisfaction.

Mercury IT Staff

The network consultants at Mercury IT collectively have over 40 years of experience installing, managing and optimising networks of all sizes. In addition to a solid background in hardware and software installations, our technical team have expertise in the following areas:

  • All Microsoft Platforms
  • Exchange Server
  • Cisco network products
  • Mobility and Cloud Solutions
  • Firewalls and Security Solutions
  • Enterprise Level Antivirus/Spam filters
  • Cloud Migrations
  • Telstra IaaS

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Is Your SaaS Security At Risk?

15 February 2017

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    SaaS security breaches are on the rise.    Businesses who are adopting SaaS for better functionality and productivity, are doing so more ...

One of the biggest threats to business security - USB's.

09 February 2017

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        One of the biggest threats to business security - USB's. The humble USB could house infections and malware as big as ...

Printing. Is your online printer safe?

07 February 2017

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      Well Meaning Hacker Raises Alarm Bells. According to Catalin Cimpan from Bleeping Computer, an apparently 'well meaning' hacker has raised alarm ...

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