Pivot3 have announced its strategy for delivering solutions optimized for mission-critical use cases where advanced analytics are required to provide security, operational efficiency, insight and agility. Customers are increasingly demanding a standardized platform on which to deploy integrated video management, video analytics, and other IoT and security applications at massive scale. Pivot3 is extending its relationships with leading technology partners including NVIDIA, Milestone, BriefCam and Agent Vi, and integrating them
A cyber security firm has picked up the Queen’s Award for Enterprise. Foregenix, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this month, received the award for its work in international trade. It is believed to be the first cyber security consultancy with a focus on protecting the payment and finance industries to receive the honour. Foregenix, which is headquartered in the UK, generated around 60% of its revenue from international sales over
Paxton has trained more than 2,000 installers across the world already this year, meaning a record first quarter – and enabling more people than ever to use Paxton products. This means the company is well on the way to meeting its ambitious target of training 10,000 installers in 2019, which would represent a 14% increase from 2018 – itself a record year which saw 5,000 installers trained in Europe alone.
In a decision that will surprise many people, Prime Minister Theresa May, has over ruled objections from senior cabinet colleagues in allowing Chinese technology company Huawei to build parts of the new 5G mobile phone network in the UK. The change comes after reports from a number of government departments, together with leading international partners, that dealing with Huawei would potentially compromise national security. However, Huawei will be allowed to
Officials claim that the incident is being linked to a jihadi terrorist group in reprisal for the attack which took place in Christchurch, New Zealand. Hundreds of people celebrating Easter at churches, visiting hotels or other public locations across Sri Lanka were killed and many more wounded. It was stated by the Sri Lankan Defence Minister that the reason behind the atrocity in the country was due to the recent
Deliveroo has chosen AEOS access control by Nedap to protect its staff across the world. Nedap’s UK Expert channel partner, Hunter Group, completed the installation at the first site, in Dubai, and an ambitious rollout will see Hunter install AEOS at around 50 more Deliveroo sites, plus new locations, over the next 12-18 months.A future-facing approach Deliveroo was founded in the UK and is proud to export British-born technology