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Author: Akeim Morgan | Date: 17/11/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Eligo Fire & Security Jobs & News 17/11/2017

    This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover the growth of facial biometrics market and its importance in the government sector, the rasing number of security start-ups and more...       Rasing number of security start-ups   The latest consumer video surveillance research by IHS Markit shows in 2015 companies that were two years old or less accounted for 6% of global consumer video-camera market revenues. By 2016, this had grown to over 9%. IHS Markit predicts that the security start-up market will grow at an average of nearly 20% per year from 2016 to 2021. Original Equipment Manufacturers (OMEs) have become...

Author: Rick Deller | Date: 16/11/17 | Category: Technology
how to attract next gen of devs

  There are many challenges that businesses take on day to day when running and growing their businesses, but one major challenge that 25% of digital businesses face during the recruitment process is talent sourcing. Why is this? There is a tech skills shortage in the UK, with 50% of businesses believing there to be a shortage of highly skilled employees out there. It’s predicted by 2022 that 518,000 additional workers will be needed to fill the specialist roles vacant in the digital space. So, facing this skills gap, what can be done to attract and hire the next generation of developers?   Make skills a priority over education Despite the popular myths, it...

Author: Ellen Ashby | Date: 10/11/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Eligo Fire & security: weekly news and current vacancies by our fire & security recruiters

    This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover China's global physical security market domination, why we should prioritise port security, the growth of Saudi Arabian surveillance market and more...       China's global physical security market domination   The latest report published by IHS Markit shows estimates that in 2016 the global market for physical security equipment was worth $29.2 billion, a $1.6 billion (5.8 %) increase from 2015. IHS Markit forecasts that the world market for physical security equipment will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7% from 2016 to 2021. By 2021, the physical...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 10/11/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 10-11-17

        In the technology news roundup this week testing for iOS proves to be more of a challenge for developers, a self-driving shuttle crashes on its first day on the road, research shows how technology will transform software development in 2018 and UK bulk spying is challenged in EU court of human rights.          Testing for iOS 11 is more of a challenge for developers As customers get their hands on the latest and greatest tech, developers face ongoing pressure to keep their solutions up to date with constantly evolving form factors and devices. Earlier this month, Apple released the latest version of its iPhone,...

Author: Karolina Samsel | Date: 3/11/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Fire & Security Headhunters: news & Jobs

      This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover how facial recognition can improve our privacy the rise of DIY security, a growth of mobile video surveillance market and more...       Mobile video surveillance market  is growing According to the latest analysis Marketsandmarkets, the mobile video surveillance market was valued at $1.40 Billion in 2017 is expected it to reach USD 2.32 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 8.77% between 2017 and 2023. The market growth is driven by the increasing installation of surveillance cameras, improving infrastructure and deployment capabilities, rising demand for intelligent and...

Author: Thomas Waddle | Date: 3/11/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 03-11-17

        In the technology news roundup this week Saudi Arabia announces it's first robot citizen, 10 programming languages developers hate most are revealed, Google announces new machine learning capabilities for Firebase and LinkedIn and Capgemini report reveals the digital skills gap is widening.          'Sophia' becomes the first robot citizen Ahead of the future investment initiative, Saudi Arabia bestowed citizenship on a humanoid named Sophia. At the event, Sophia addressed the room declaring "I am very honoured and proud of this unique distinction" and "This is historical to be the first robot in the world to be...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 27/10/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 27-10-17

    In the technology news roundup this week Google announces Gmail add-ons for developers, US and UK governments are in talks about a data sharing plan, a new law in Hawaii fines people who text and walk while crossing the road and WhatsApp's privacy laws have come under fresh scrutiny.             Google announces Gmail add-ons for developers Google wants Gmail to be more than just a place where users receive and send emails. The company is announcing new tools that will allow users to do more from their inbox. The Google G Suite team is releasing Gmail add-ons, a new extensibility framework for developers, and ten ready...

Author: Akeim Morgan | Date: 27/10/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Fire & Security Jobs & Industry News 27/10/2017

      This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover a new Amazon's service unlocking your front door, the growth of IoT and Cloud VPN market and more...       Amazon Key will unlock your front door   Amazon it’s taking the obvious next step to please their customers and introducing a service that will allow Amazon couriers to open your front door and put your package safely inside your home. The service is called Amazon Key, and it relies on a Amazon’s new Cloud Cam and compatible smart lock. When a courier arrives with a package for in-home delivery, they scan the barcode, sending a request to...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 25/10/17 | Category: Technology
The Age of Automation: Mind the AI Skills Gap

Back in 2016 I discussed the differences between the roles of a data scientist and data engineer and their equal importance within a big data team. Fast forward to 2017, and the predicted increased demand for big data professionals, data scientists and data engineers has led to a huge AI skills gap that causes a headache for businesses wanting to bring in specialists to take full advantage of AI’s full capabilities. What is causing the AI skills gap? The rising tide of AI and automation has led to increased benefits for businesses as a result of being able to upgrade legacy systems and improve data analytics, which in turn leads to results such as improved operational efficiency,...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 24/10/17 | Category: Advice, Technology
5 soft skills to improve your developer career

How you can make an impact with soft skills as well as your code. When we think about people skills, and using them, in a technology environment, examples can vary from showing empathy for users to having self-awareness and good problem-solving techniques. These examples of ‘soft’ transferable skills actually can make a much bigger impact on your role and become just as important as your coding ability. You know that it’s your technical talent and expertise that makes you qualified to fill a software developer role within a company. But how can you stand out from the competition? Once you’ve landed your dream role, do you have the right transferable ‘soft skills’ to...

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