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Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 22/9/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 21-09-17

    Stay tech-savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, this week ending 21/09/2017 Google launches £1m 'Anti-terror-fund' to back UK projects, IBM releases WebSphere Liberty code to open source, iOS 11 is now available to download,  and a giant cyber-attack will happen unless we rethink security, says GCHQ.             Google launches £1m ‘Anti-terror fund’ to back UK projects Google will invest a total of £1m in projects seeking to help counter online extremism in the UK. The fund is part of a $5m commitment set aside to address the emergence of extremist content posted online across the globe. Applications...

Author: Rick Deller | Date: 18/9/17 | Category: Technology
4 ways to nurture and grow your tech team.

    In this highly competitive start-up industry, the most important aspect of a successful business is its technical team.  Technical teams are unique, and different strengths, personalities and backgrounds can lead to a fusion of ideas that can bring successful results, giving your business the edge over others. In order for your technical team to be the best, you need to hire and keep the best talent, reward and share in their successes and fully invest in your team.           4 ways to nurture and grow your tech team   Happy Staff = High Retention You know for a fact that happy staff are more likely to stay longer, and you...

Author: Callum Peach | Date: 15/9/17 | Category: Fire and Security
F&S News 15/09/17 - Fire & Security engineering and sales jobs

    This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover an acquisition of Guavus by Thales, a growth of fraud detection and prevention market, challenges of video storage and more...           Thales is acquiring Guavus Thales strengthens its positioning in one of the key technologies at the heart of digital transformation of its customers, by acquiring Guavus, one of the pioneers of real-time big data analytics. Guavus is perfectly suited to help Thales address the growing needs of an increasingly connected global ecosystem. The company has built a recognised industrial “big data” platform particularly...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 15/9/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 15-09-17

    Stay tech-savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, this week ending 15/09/2017 Britain's fastest-growing tech firms are named in Tech Track 100 list, The new Data Protection Bill is released, Google is accused of gender pay discrimination in the US and a report reveals civil servant's digital skills are still lacking.            Britain’s fastest-growing tech firms named in Tech Track 100 list The Sunday Times has published its 17th annual Hiscox Tech Track 100, that ranks Britain’s fastest-growing private tech, media and telecoms companies in 2017. The majority of the companies on the list are headquartered in...

Author: Akeim Morgan | Date: 8/9/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Fire & Security Industry New 08/09/2017 by our recruitment consultants

    This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover a growth of Biometric Access Control & Smart Buildings markets, CCTV drones patrolling our neighbourhoods in the future and more...       Biometric Access Control System Sales is growing According to the newest study from The Freedonia Group, sales of biometric access control systems are projected to increase 9.9% annually to $1.2 billion through 2021. Finger and hand technologies represent the largest share of biometric access control sales, accounting for 49% in 2016. Fingerprint technology is expected to remain the market leader for the foreseeable future. The long...

Author: Dan Baxter | Date: 8/9/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 08-09-17

    Stay tech-savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, this week ending 08/09/2017 Oracle proposes changes to the Java release cycle, Huawei overtakes Apple as world's second-biggest smartphone maker, 143 million people are hit by data breach in the US and Apple releases its iOS beta 10 to developers.           Oracle proposes changes to Java release cycle Oracle announced on Wednesday that they will be proposing to move to an every-six-months release cycle for Java SE and the JDK, beginning with the release of Java 9. The plan would be to have a time-based major release, every six months starting in March 2018. Major releases...

Author: Thomas Waddle | Date: 1/9/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 01-09-17

    Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, this week ending 01/08/2017 Stack Overflow survey reveals best-paying languages for developers, retail jobs are at risk from robots, a selfie app spots early signs of cancer and Uber selects its new CEO.             Stack Overflow survey finds Go and Scala best-paying languages for Developers According to Stack Overflow’s 2017 developer survey, the growth in popularity and Go and Scala has made them the highest-paying programming languages in the US. The growth of these languages, which can both net an average yearly salary of $110,000, can be attributed to...

Author: Ellen Ashby | Date: 1/9/17 | Category: Fire and Security

    This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover a growth of Perimeter Security & African fire markets, analysis & trends in Global Smart Cities and more...           Perimeter Security Market is on the rise According to the latest research, the perimeter security market is expected to hit $196.60 billion by 2022 from $110.64 billion in 2017 at a CAGR of 12.2% during the forecast period. The market's growth is driven by the increasing concern for protecting business assets, employees & customers, the increasing technological developments in video surveillance, the increasing usage of...

Author: Sam Quarcoopome | Date: 25/8/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 25-08-17

      Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, this week ending 25/08/2017, popular robots are dangerously easy to hack, Oracle opens up Java EE, Machine Learning will transform the data science role, and Android has released its latest mobile operating system Android Oreo.          Popular robots are dangerously easy to hack According to Cyber Security firm IOActive Inc, some of the most popular industrial and consumer robots are dangerously easy to hack and could be turned into bugging devices or weapons. These vulnerabilities could allow the robots to be turned into surveillance devices, surreptitiously spying...

Author: Basil English | Date: 25/8/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Eligo Security recruitment consultantancy : Weekly News Roundup

      This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover acquisitions, deep learning, and more...       Fine Tec acquired by Exclusive Group Value-added services and technologies company Exclusive Group have acquired leading Silicon Valled cyber security VAD, Fine Tec, paving the way for US market entry and advancing its global distribution partner offering. Read more here. (Security World Market, 24/08/2017) PSIMS in the age of acquisition Common event in today's markets, mergers and acquisitions are becoming more and more prevalent in the F&S industry (see above article). As some of the largest names...

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