How the Internet of Things is transforming telecoms

The pandemic has massively accelerated digital transformation in almost every sector. One technology that’s skyrocketed since 2020 is the “internet of things” (IoT). IoT is now part of the new normal in telecoms. One survey predicts the global IoT telecoms market will grow to over $22 billion by the end of 2023 as demand for connectivity rises. Major players like Huawei, AT&T, Verizon, Vodafone and T-Mobile are pushing the bandwagon further.

Post-COVID opportunities for fire and security

The fire and security industry played an essential role in the response to COVID-19. Now the “new normal” offers the sector an unprecedented opportunity to rewrite its own rules. New research reveals that 86% of UK business owners feel ‘somewhat to very confident’ about growth prospects at the end of 2021 – a 10% increase since January. Many cite opportunities created by the pandemic.

How to ace an interview: 6 skills

An interview is a performance in which you’re starring as yourself. No wonder we all find interviews terrifying. You’re performing with no script, in front of an audience who can make or break your career – and you have to wait a week to see if they applaud.

8 Vital Soft Skills for Telecoms Professionals

Despite its reputation, the telecoms sector isn’t all about hard skills. Technical skills may be indispensable, but employers also demand excellent people skills. These are the eight every telecoms professional should master.  

The 5G Security Revolution is Here

Digitalisation has transformed security, often replacing physical perimeters with ever-expanding digital networks of endpoints. This brings new challenges for the security industry, with the latest 4K/8K CCTV cameras eating up to 50 Mbps of bandwidth each.  

Tech Training in the New Normal

Any manufacturer of security systems needs to be able to train installers. During lockdown, hands-on, face-to-face training for installers had to be replaced with virtual training – leading to a revolution in how companies think about support.

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