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Author: John Guest | Date: 19/12/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Fire & Security 2017 news roundup: western CCTV manufacturers; fire safety; access control issues; security industry and & GDPR and more

      This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover the summary of 2017: industry acquisitions, Grenfell Tower tragedy and changes in building access, security industry issues with GDPR, challenges of western video cameras manufacturers and more...       Grenfell Tower: Gate Safe calls for important changes in building access In the immediate aftermath of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, the campaigners at Gate Safe – the organisation established to improve the understanding of existing legislation and standards affecting safe gates – were “horrified” to read in the national media that firefighters were recently...

Author: Sam Quarcoopome | Date: 15/12/17 | Category: Technology

    In the latest technology news round up a report reveals the top 7 programming languages of 2018, Google announces the most searched terms of 2017, Denmark considers blockchain as a new weapon in the fight for human rights and millions of Britons lack ‘decent’ broadband.           Predictions: Top 7 programming languages of 2018 Coding Dojo has released the top 7 programming languages that are in most demand and that developers should be aware of over the next year. The company analysed data from Indeed on 25 programming languages, stacks and frameworks in order to figure out which were the seven in demand by employers....

Author: Akeim Morgan | Date: 15/12/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Fire & Security news from our recruitment consultants: 15/12/2017

    This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover newest Thales acquisition of holographic radar technology company, access control market's forecast, the future of biometrics within the retail sector and more...       Thales acquired pioneer in holographic radar technology Thales, a pioneer of digital technologies, has completed the acquisition of Aveillant Ltd, a Cambridge (UK) based start-up company and pioneer in holographic radar technology. This technology is ideally adapted to the growing drone market, enabling the detection, tracking and classification of very small, moving targets such as UAVs. CEO of Aveillant,...

Author: Karolina Samsel | Date: 8/12/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Fire & Security Industry Jobs & News Round-up 08/12/2017

      This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover CSL's latest acquisition, the growth of facial recognition market, the success story of the data-sharing at the shopping centre and more...       CSL acquires IQIP CSL has announced the acquisition of IQIP, a Netherlands-based provider of IP-based security and telecommunication services. IQIP will give CSL a stronger platform for providing regional support and the acquisition reflects CSL’s growth ambitions across Europe. “We are delighted to be joining the CSL Group,” said IQIP CEO Bert van den Berg. “This deal provides IQIP with a great opportunity to...

Author: Ellen Ashby | Date: 8/12/17 | Category: Advice, Fire and Security
Why should you use a recruiter exclusively? An honest guide.

What’s in it for you, and you, and me? Here I explain why you should use a recruiter exclusively by looking at all parties involved in the recruitment process.   Of all the conversations I’ve had in 10+ years of Recruitment, the one I find myself having most is the topic of exclusivity. Some companies I speak to don’t know what that means, others question the value of working exclusively over the way they’ve always worked with recruiters: “What happens if you can’t find the right candidate? I’ve put all my eggs in your basket” “I need to find someone fast, would more recruiters working on this not speed that up?” “Can I really rely on you to...

Author: Florin Ramizi | Date: 8/12/17 | Category: Technology

    In the latest technology news roundup Bitcoin hits a record high and broke through $16,000, EU issues a warning over extremist content, a report finds citizen developers build apps faster than IT and Uber's licence is suspended in Sheffield.            It’s snow joke, Bitcoin broke through to $16,000 on Thursday Bitcoin flew past the $16,000 on Thursday afternoon, rising to over more than $2,000 in nine hours and passing $12,000 for the first time. This surge in price has led some analyst to label it a bubble, though there are questions around just when it might pop. The cryptocurrency is famed for its volatility: yesterday,...

Author: Aaron Gunton | Date: 1/12/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 01-12-17

    In the technology news roundup this week Google faces mass legal action in the UK over data snooping, OutSystems releases a low-code debugging solution, SMS turns 25 and Tesla switches on the world's biggest battery.            Google faces mass legal action in UK over data snooping Google is being taken to court, accused of collecting the personal data of millions of users, in the first mass legal action of its kind in the UK. Allegations say that Google unlawfully harvested information form 5.4 million UK users by bypassing privacy settings on their iPhones. The group that is taking action against the tech giant –...

Author: Ellen Ashby | Date: 1/12/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Fire and Security Jobs & News by our recruitment consultants: 01-12-2017

      This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover changes in the UK drone law, increased crime in December, access control & GDPR issues and more...       Embracing the growth opportunity in AI   Artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning are the biggest trend and topic seen in the security industry this year. they have more than ever captured the attention of the market due to various factors: an increase in data that’s available for meaningful analysis, the emergence of hardware devices with high computing power, as well as the maturity of networking infrastructure for both landline and wireless...

Author: Thomas Waddle | Date: 29/11/17 | Category: Technology
London Perl Workshop 2017

This Saturday I attended my first ever Perl community conference and my first tech event with Eligo! The London Perl Workshop, held at the University of Westminster, is in its 11th year and this year I was lucky enough to go along with Rick and represent the Eligo technology team as sponsors of the event. For me, one of the best things about the weekend was being able to finally get involved in the Perl community. Although there are a number of Perl developers whom I have spoken with and worked alongside in the past, I had not been able to actually attend a Perl conference. This left me feeling like I was missing out on a major part of what makes Perl such a great language –...

Author: Cameron Baxter | Date: 24/11/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Fire & Security Industry news by our recruitment consultants 24/11/2017

    This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover the growth of the global physical security products market, offender tagging scheme delay, Fire & Security Excellence Awards and more...       The Global Physical Security Products market's growth Memoori's latest report predicts that by 2022, the Global Market for Physical Security Products Will Reach $41 billion. The report delivers market sizing data on 3 major product groupings; Access Control, Video Surveillance and Intruder Alarms. Of these 3, still largely independent businesses, Access Control has maintained its average growth of approx. 7% over the last 3 years,...

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