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Author: John Doherty | Date: 26/8/16 | Category: Advice
6 Reasons Why Your Commute Doesn't Have To Drive You Crazy

Summer might have finally reared it's head again this week, gifting us a mini-heatwave. Heatwaves like it can take you back to a time or place like a past holiday, or your youth. All great right? Though for me, as well as these, it evokes memories of the District Line at 8am in the morning on a sticky Summer's day, desperate to finally get to work. Thankfully those days are long gone and it got me thinking about all the reasons I don't miss the commute into the city. If you grew up in London, it probably feels like a lifetime that you’ve spent navigating cancellations, body odour,  and giving up any sort of hope of a seat. If not, you probably moved to the big smoke bright-eyed,...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 26/8/16 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News

    Eligo Technology news round up, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry- week ending 26/08/2016       Scientists have 3D printed tissue implants Scientists from the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine have developed a prototype printer that that prints tissue sections of the human body. The aim is to one day use the 3D printer to print tissue that will be designed to fit a person’s unique condition. The printer is adapted from an existing desktop inkjet printer, with human cells placed into the printers’ inkwells which are then produced to create the desired tissue form. Read more here (ZD Net)...

Author: Karolina Samsel | Date: 19/8/16 | Category: Fire and Security

Featuring supplier news, product launches, events, our own articles, and more, read our Fire & Security industry news round-up for the week ending 19/08/16   Fire & Security industry news round-up for the week ending 19 August 2016     Women in Security Awards 2016 Since 2012, Professional Security Magazine have organised the Women in Security Awards every year, to recognise and celebrate women's successes in this fast-paced industry dominated by men. The awards are given in 3 categories: "Security Manager", "Contribution to Industry" & "Frontline Officer". Deadline for entries is today and the Awards will take place at the Security Institute's...

Author: Jacob Sanders | Date: 19/8/16 | Category: Eligo News
Employer of the year finalist merton best

Following last year’s success at the Merton Best awards, winning Best Business in SW19 and Best Enterprising Business Eligo is proud to announce that this year we have been selected as finalists for another award: Employer of the year! We're especially proud with this year's success following continued efforts here at Eligo to make working here better than ever. Our approach to training, development, support, rewards, and management practices is continually evolving, and reaping benefits amongst the staff here! As part of these efforts, we're also continually on the look out for great recruiters to come and join the team here, including as entrants through our Eligo Academy, or as...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 19/8/16 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News

  Eligo Technology news round up, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry- week ending 19/08/2016       DevOps fails to reduce security flaws in code quality TVP Strategy an analyst organisation that reports on virtualization and cloud trends, has reported this week that DevOps is failing to reduce its security flaws in code quality. The report has been released following ongoing research that has found DevOps is not so good at identifying potential security flaws. Read more here (SD Times) 12/08/2016   London Tech Scene remains positive after Brexit The London tech scene has shown to remain positive despite the...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 18/8/16 | Category: Technology
olympics

The GB cycling track team have put their pedal to the medal to win six gold and four silver medals at this year’s Rio Olympics, which left rivals questioning their incredible mass success. A major contributor to their triumph on the track can be simply put down to the use of cutting edge equipment and technology; from aerodynamic skinsuits that have improved their performance up to 5%, to bikes created by the former boss of the Jaguar F1 team. Former British racing cyclist Chris Boardman says that “The British team have always been at the head of the technology race and we’ve seen that again here.” [at Rio Olympics]. When you first think of the Rio Olympics, technology and...

Author: Akeim Morgan | Date: 12/8/16 | Category: Fire and Security

Featuring supplier news, product launches, events, our own articles, and more, read our Fire & Security industry news round-up for the week ending 12/08/16   Fire & Security industry news round-up for the week ending 12 August 2016     Continued potential for outside investments in physical security With a mass of mergers and acquisitions with the Security market over the past couple of years, driven by factors including product commoditization, competition with Chinese companies, and pricing pressure, asmag.com looks at the opportunities in the Physical Security market for investment including the increased importance of IoT technologies. Read more...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 12/8/16 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News

    Eligo Technology news round up, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry- week ending 12/08/2016     Thompson Routers join major block chain consortium R3, the global firm that is at the leading efforts to standardise blockchain technology has acquired over 40 members that include, Barclays, HSBC, Goldman Sachs and now adds Thompson Routers to its list. Thompson Router’s aim of the collaboration with R3 is to shape the future of financial transactions. Read more here (City A.M.)  08/08/2016   UK faces Human Rights challenge to bulk hacking abroad The UK government’s use of bulk hacking against foreigners...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 8/8/16 | Category: Advice
how to take charge of your career

It is obvious that people are hired based on their experience and skills, but the difference in being hired or fired all depends on the individual’s attitude and behaviours to their role and the company as a whole. Your skills and experience can make a big impression in your new role, however, it is usually down to your attitude and approach to your work which makes you stand out from the crowd. The first 3 months of any job are the most important in making a good impression on your employer, and in these first crucial months, it is a great idea to go out of your way to be positive and demonstrate drive, ambition and flexibility to the role. Demonstrating these personality traits...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 5/8/16 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News

  Eligo Technology news round up, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry- week ending 05/08/2016         Text and email decline with the rise of WhatsApp The nation has decided to ditch email and text messaging for one of the fastest forms of digital communication in the UK, instant messaging. Research shows that over 43% of people in Britain are now using instant messaging services such Whatsapp and Facebook Messenger at least once a week. Read more here  (PR Week 04/08/2016) First official blockchain provider announced for public services. The UK government has announced that fintech startup Credits are one of...

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