How to drive physical security and IT convergence in healthcare

    This post is also written by guest author, Sean Owens, PSP, Director of Security Technology & Non-Acute Care at Lee Health. Read more about Sean at the bottom of this page. In an evolving healthcare landscape, staying on the cutting edge is vital to any hospital’s survival. To thrive as a healthcare facility, it’s more […]

      Smart technologies to help banks improve customer experience

      FinTech adoption is not showing any signs of slowing down – it continues to disrupt the global financial services industry and its effect on the banking industry is highly significant. Banks are seeing the opportunities new innovations present and are focusing on how they can be harnessed to improve areas such as personal advisory services […]

        Changing our shopping habits with network video

        In the digital age shopping habits are more influenced by the retail experience than ever before. If brick and mortar retailers want to be successful, their stores will have to become more engaging and digitally enabled. Technology is not only changing the way people shop, it’s also changing the way retailers run their businesses. This […]

          The high street surveillance revolution – a journey towards intelligence

          This post is written by Andy Martin, Retail Lead – VSaaS/Analytics at Morphean SA. Read more about Andy at the bottom of this page. There is a great competitive force at work against high street retailers, one that continues to tempt customers into spending their hard-earned cash elsewhere. This is of course online shopping, with […]

            Protecting the Food Chain

            Safeguarding your health and nutrition Food Protection – no, that’s not about hiding your stash of sweets and chocolate from children, your spouse, housemates (or even yourself if you are struggling with a diet). Instead, it refers to protecting our food supply from accidental or intentional contamination/adulteration that could  harm people or disrupt the economy. […]

              200 milliseconds to recognize a threat

              As humans, we have pretty good antennas that help us sense when a situation becomes dangerous, or that alert us when people behave suspiciously. A recent study conducted by the French Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) and the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris discovered that there is in fact a region of our […]