The arms race of AI in cybersecurity

    With any advancement in technology, you can bet that the criminal fraternity will be quickly examining its potential in supporting their nefarious goals. Whether cyber criminals planning ransomware attacks or the theft of data and financial information, or nation states looking to disrupt the critical infrastructure of adversaries (if not worse), new technology has the […]

      5 ways access control can transform business operations

      This post is written by Phil Campbell, European Sales Director at Quanika. Read more about Phil at the end. A major shift is taking place in the way companies and organisations operate: the way they use their buildings and manage their people. This transformation is being driven by a combination of external pressures, including the […]

        A fresh look at TCO

        From price to TCO Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is a well-established concept in many industries, not the least in IT, as a way for strategic buyers to move beyond looking at the upfront price to understanding all costs associated with procuring, deploying and operating a system. In a previous post, we presented a model for […]

          Automated Flare Monitoring – A step towards digitalization

          Even to those not working in the oil and gas industry, the image of a burning flare above an industrial plant is a familiar one. For people working directly in the sector, the critical importance of gas flares in ensuring Health and Safety is well-understood. Industrial flaring is a regulatory requirement to manage the releases […]

            The need for an integrated view of TCO in retail video surveillance

            It would be naïve to think that cost isn’t an issue for every business, and it’s certainly the case for the retail sector. The impact on the bottom line of any investment is closely scrutinized and questioned. In relation to investments in new technology – including video surveillance solutions – the focus can quickly be […]