Critical infrastructure hit with cyber attack in western Pa.
December 4, 2023 |
A local tech executive weighs in on the impacts attacks similar to the one on the Municipal Water Authority of Aliquippa could have, and how you can stay safe.
Author: Logan Perrone
Published & Updated: 9:57 PM EST December 3, 2023
PENNSYLVANIA, USA — Several civilian infrastructure operations were attacked by Iranian-affiliated hackers, including a water treatment facility outside of Pittsburgh.
The incident left multiple organizations breached in the United States by Iran-affiliated hackers, prompting a warning from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
Wes Kelly is the President of Morefield Communications in Camp Hill and says the hackers behind the attack were not targeting the plant specifically……. Read the full article.
Clothing Drive Helps Students Dress for Success – Harrisburg University of Science and Technology’s Career Services and Experiential Learning
September 21, 2022 |
Morefield in the News:
September 19, 2022 – Harrisburg University of Science and Technology’s Career Services and Experiential Learning were honored to partner with Morefield Communications who recently held a professional clothing drive at its office for Harrisburg University students and alumni. Morefield team members Jennifer Bowermaster and Amanda Vogelsong delivered an entire van full of professional clothing……
Morefield Unveils New Brand Reflecting Company’s New Strategic Focus & Core Values
July 19, 2022 |
This new visual identity allows for growth past the limits of communication
Camp Hill, PA – Morefield Communications, a Managed Service Provider technology company, revealed a branding initiative celebrating their newly introduced logo. The new brand identity arrives exactly one year after Wesley “Wes” Kelly has taken the reigns as company president. The new logo reflects the company’s focus on its four core values and a redefined strategy focused on managed services throughout the company.
Morefield’s new look removes the word “communications” from the logo, while modernizing the font and adding two new colors to their brand. “The solutions and services we provide are not limited to just how people communicate anymore. We understand organizations need tools to collaborate, visualize, and solutions to fit their team’s unique working dynamic. Most importantly, these organizations need someone to help manage and protect every aspect of their digital environment whether it be building-wide, state-wide, or nation-wide. Morefield’s new strategic focus on managed services aligns with these growing needs of our clients,” stated Briana Carr, marketing manager.
“With the rapid rate of developing technology and growth in the organization, we wanted our logo to reflect who we are, but not limit us for future growth. By keeping “Morefield” in our name, we are building and honoring our 75+ year history while evolving into the future. Our employees represent Morefield proudly every day in their actions, work, and attitude. This brand change will better represent the great work they provide while giving us room to grow into the technological advancements of future working environments.”
The four colors and advancing circular lines represent Morefield’s four core values. “Our employees are driven by our values and continuously looking for advanced ways to use technology to best accomplish our clients’ goals. Our Core Value of Growth is truly embodied throughout Morefield. We are growing in our services, in our talented professionals, and in our diverse passions for technology. It was perfect timing to evolve our logo to better reflect where we are going,” stated Wes Kelly, president.
This new visual identity seeks to empower everyone as a catalyst for future growth and strategic focus in the company. The new limitless look reinforces Morefield’s commitment to helping clients make smart technology decisions enabling their success.
Morefield Communications Hires Len White as Vice President of Services
February 17, 2022 |
Camp Hill, PA – Morefield Communications, a full-service technology company, announced it has hired Len White, former Director of WellSpan Health, as the company’s new Vice President of Services. White brings over 25 years of experience and leadership to Morefield. He has a strong track record of enterprise project management with a comprehensive focus on IT planning and communications.
“Morefield’s service-oriented team and collaborative culture are truly remarkable,” said White, “I’m eager to use my experience to further enhance the customer experience.” In addition to ensuring high quality service delivery and operational efficiency, White will serve on the company’s executive team and report to Morefield’s President, Wes Kelly.
“We are thrilled to have Len join the Morefield team,” remarked Kelly. “Len is an accomplished leader with a track record of improvement and consistency through operations. He brings a deep blend of solution provider experience and knows what it takes to deliver client success. His expertise will play a critical role as we continue our intense focus on delivering excellence and outstanding customer service.”
Prior to joining Morefield, White was the Director of Network and Telecommunication Services at WellSpan Health. While at WellSpan, he was responsible for the Network Services, Telecommunication, and Telemedicine Technology teams. The teams provided all design, planning, integration, and support services for approximately 200 physical locations, 7 hospitals and multiple data centers.
“I appreciate the opportunity and confidence placed in me by Morefield’s Leadership Team,” White graciously remarks, “I’m excited to hit the ground running and continue to develop the team and grow the company.”
Morefield Communications Announces New President Wesley W. Kelly
March 30, 2021 |
From intern to president, Kelly is ready to lead the next generation.
Morefield Communication proudly announced today that on June 21, 2021, Wesley “Wes” W. Kelly will become the next president of Morefield Communications. Marking a new chapter in the company’s history, Kelly will become the fourth president of the company, and the first outside of the Morefield family since the company was founded in 1945.
Kelly began his career at Morefield in 1999 as a student intern and was hired full-time as a Programmer Analyst after graduating from Pennsylvania State University, Capital College. Within a few short years, he became the Operations Manager for Morefield’s largest region. In 2004, Kelly was promoted to Manager of Converged Engineering Services, and in 2008 became a shareholder. Two years later, Kelly was promoted to Vice President of Services, and in 2015, was named to Morefield’s Board of Directors. For the past four years, Kelly has been leading and growing Morefield as the Executive Vice President of Sales and Services.
“It has been a privilege to build my career here at Morefield alongside a tremendous team. I am excited to carry this seventy-five-year legacy forward,” said Kelly. “This place is special. We will strive to make the community better by making organizations successful through their use of technology. We want the next generation to benefit from their experiences at Morefield and see their work contribute to the communities they live in.”
“Wes has developed an unparalleled ability to lead over his 21-year tenure at Morefield. It is with a great sense of gratitude to Wes that I can transition into a new role at Morefield with the confidence that my grandfather’s vision, and the community we have collectively built over the past 75 years, will continue to grow in this next chapter under his guidance,” remarked John D. Morefield, current President. John Morefield will remain as chairman of the Board at Morefield as well as take on the role of Client Advocate.
When he is not working, Kelly enjoys attending his children’s sporting events with his wife Stephanie. Kelly holds a B.S. in Computer Science from The Pennsylvania State University, Capital College, several industry specializations certificates, was a member of Vistage International, and continues to participate with several industry advisory boards and peer groups.