Employee Spotlight: Sallianne Turner

By Samantha Cordell | December 7, 2016

Sallianne Turner.jpgDiamond actively recruits and keeps the best IT brains in the market. Our staff are recognised industry leaders, innovators and all round impressive people who all have great stories to share.

We’d like you to meet one of our Level 2 Support Analysts – Sallianne Turner.

Sallianne missed Diamond so much that she decided to come back, much to our gain…

1. What is your role at Diamond?

I’m a Level  2 Support Analyst

2. What do you like most about working at Diamond?

Both the Team social environment and the exposure to all types of customer environments.

3. Why did you choose to enter the field?

I’m extremely passionate about IT and the never ending challenge of problem solving and learning new technologies.

4. If you could meet anyone, living or dead who would you choose?

William Yeager – The inventor of a packet-switched and the IMAP protocol. It would be extremely fascinating to know how he came about creating the IMAP protocol from scratch.

5. People would be surprised to know...

That I love to go watch Dog agility trials. I would compete with my dogs but don’t quite have the time to train them properly.

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About the Author
Samantha Cordell

Group Marketing Manager @ Diamond IT - Samantha (Sam) fell into the IT Industry after studying a combination of computer science and marketing at Uni, starting in Operations with the now decentralised Cabletron Systems. Over the next 20 years Sam undertook various marketing roles within Intel, Microsoft and Cisco Systems before moving to Newcastle for a sea-change working for Wine Selectors. “Not able to stay away from the IT Industry I jumped at the chance to join the Diamond team. I am excited to drive the marketing strategy for Diamond’s range of services including Managed Services, Software Development and Telecommunications.”