How to Manage the Skills Crisis in Fire and Security

While COVID has left more people unemployed, that doesn’t mean there are more skilled people unemployed. In fact, those with in-demand skills are more likely to be employed right now – and less likely to be looking to change jobs during such an insecure time. So rather than solving the talent drought, COVID has worsened it.

Contract Vs Permanent for Fire & Security

Maybe you’re thinking about your next career move in fire and security. Are you ready to commit to a permanent role? Or would contract employment be the best move for your future? Knowing the pros and cons is vital before making your choice. Having said that, there’s no one right answer. It depends on you and your circumstances. Read on to find out more about how to make the right decision for you.

What NDAA compliance means for European businesses

America’s National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) – which aims to prevent malicious hacking of security cameras – has international implications. System designers, system integrators and consultants who want to work for clients who operate in the US need to consider compliance with the Act, and especially Section 889.

2021: Year of the Green Data Centre

With environmental regulations tightening and the demand for green solutions growing every year, data centres need to start building sustainability into everything they do. Becoming greener, using resources more efficiently, and building sustainable models for the future are all strategically critical for data centres. Data centres burn through resources at a tremendous rate – and demand for the computing power they provide is growing exponentially.

Who Will Secure the Future of Security?

With concerns about crime – and insurance premiums – mounting, security services have never been more in demand. The UK security industry has grown by an average of 6.4% a year since 2016. But a new development is about to change the security landscape.

Top 5 Telecoms Trends for 2021

The telecoms sector is at the centre of a storm of digital innovation. Active mobile broadband subscriptions have passed 7.7 billion (up from 3.3 billion in 2015) and global IP traffic is set to reach almost 400 exabytes a month by 2022.

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