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Author: Sam Quarcoopome | Date: 9/3/18 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 09-03-18

  This week in our technology news roundup Google releases the first developer preview of Android P, there is still a need to fund more female tech entrepreneurs, the use of digital-only start-up banks is declining in the UK and Apple employees are getting injured by walking into the all-glass headquarters.   We'd love to take our news round-up to the next level this year and provide something for the whole of the technology industry, as well as throwing some of our own insight and expert advice. Do let us know your comments on the news round-ups and anything you'd like to read in the coming weeks.       Android P developer preview released...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 8/3/18 | Category: Eligo News
International Women’s Day: Who inspires you?

    We’ve been striving towards gender equality for some time now and with two new hires, Eligo is now over 50% female. Across many businesses in the UK, there is great work being done to redress the imbalance in gender equality within the workplace, yet more can still be done. Today around the world people are celebrating International Women’s Day and as it’s a global celebration that aims to inspire women worldwide we asked our fellow Eligoids ‘who is the most inspirational woman to you?’. (Picture, right: some of our inspired and inspiring Eligoids)         Claudia Mignemi – SAP Recruitment Resourcer I will certainly...

Author: Sam Quarcoopome | Date: 6/3/18 | Category: Advice
working abroad checklist

Moving abroad for work can bring with it a whirlwind of emotions: excitement, stress, joy and fear. Landing a new job and upping sticks across the globe can be tricky and in order for you to settle down into your new job and place of residence without any hiccups, there are a few things to tick off your working abroad checklist.   Get to grips with the culture Every country conducts business slightly differently and you’d be surprised at the alteration between countries, provinces or states work-life balance. Some countries are more formal in their approach to business than others, whereas some can be laidback. But with these differences comes a chance to interact with new...

Author: Cameron Baxter | Date: 2/3/18 | Category: Fire and Security
Fire & Security Jobs and News but our recruitment consultants - we 02/03/2018

    This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover the growth of the mass notification market, how to meet the changing physical security market, a new technology that identifies faces from heavily pixellated images and more...     We'd love to take our news round-up to the next level this year and provide something for the whole of the security and fire industry, as well as throwing some of our own insight and expert advice. Do let us know your comments on the news round-ups and anything you'd like to read in the coming weeks.     Growth of the Mass Notification Market driven by catastrophic...

Author: John Stephenson | Date: 23/2/18 | Category: Technology

  This week in our technology news roundup UK MP's launch review into cryptocurrencies, AI Centre of Excellence for app development launched, NHS calls for developers to submit health apps to its library, Snap's market value plummets from one tweet and RBS hires a ‘digital human’ to help customers.   We'd love to take our news round-up to the next level this year and provide something for the whole of the technology industry, as well as throwing some of our own insight and expert advice. Do let us know your comments on the news round-ups and anything you'd like to read in the coming weeks.       UK MPs launch review into cryptocurrencies...

Author: Akeim Morgan | Date: 23/2/18 | Category: Fire and Security
Fire & Security Industry News 23/02/2018 by our Fire & Security Industry consultants - CCTV/Access Control/Intruder

    This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover increased terrorism risk in Europe, new trends in video surveillance that will improve UK public transport security, a successful Security Twenty 18 event and more...     We'd love to take our news round-up to the next level this year and provide something for the whole of the security and fire industry, as well as throwing some of our own insight and expert advice. Do let us know your comments on the news round-ups and anything you'd like to read in the coming weeks.     Increased terrorism risks in Europe in 2018   According to a new report released by...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 19/2/18 | Category: Technology
Open Source Tech events for your 2018 diary

Are you a software engineer, developer, analyst, programmer, tech team leader, CTO or someone with a keen interest in open source software and tech? Are you looking to attend open source events and tech meetup’s this year, but don’t know where to start? Then why not take a look at the list of upcoming open source and technology events we've compiled below. With a genuine interest in the open source and technology market, our consultants are passionate about connecting with its various communities by attending, running and speaking at events worldwide. Technology events are great places to network and celebrate all sorts of technologies, skills and languages. If you've never been...

Author: Ellen Ashby | Date: 16/2/18 | Category: Fire and Security

    This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover new fingerprinting technology tested by the UK police, the power of facial recognition technology in China and upcoming Security Twenty 18 event and more...     We'd love to take our news round-up to the next level this year and provide something for the whole of the security and fire industry, as well as throwing some of our own insight and expert advice. Do let us know your comments on the news round-ups and anything you'd like to read in the coming weeks.     UK police trial new fingerprinting technology   An app on an officer’s phone, combined with a...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 16/2/18 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 16-02-18

  This week in our technology news roundup the UK gov announces new software to counteract online extremism, demand is off the chart for Blockchain engineers in the US, everyone is losing their minds over Boston Dynamics door-opening robot and React was crowned the most popular front-end JavaScript framework. We'd love to take our news round-up to the next level this year and provide something for the whole of the technology industry, as well as throwing some of our own insight and expert advice. Do let us know your comments on the news round-ups and anything you'd like to read in the coming weeks.         New UK government software developed...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 14/2/18 | Category: Advice
Warning signs it’s time to break up with your job

Relationships have good days and bad days. It started out all rosy. For the first 3-6 months, everything in your eyes was PERFECT and you wanted to shout it from the rooftops. But often after a long period of time, you just aren’t getting out what you put in. Most people find it difficult to break up from their job and current company, fearing that whatever is on the other side might not be as green as they say. If you’re feeling conflicted about saying goodbye to your current role, then the first step is to check these warning signs that it’s time to break up with your job.   You’re not getting out what you put in… you’re stressed, tired and burning out...

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