Daily Archives: 15 August, 2008

The security week: Guarding debts, pub CCTV, and revolution

It’s been another action-packed week at info4security. Brian Sims reported on a report which suggested some guarding companies could be heading debtwards – and there was a celebrity-endorsed DVD which aims to put CCTV in more pubs and clubs.

Brian also gave us his Editor’s View on matters Premier League and pointy, while his erstwhile colleague, Alan Hyder of Security Installer fame, provides us with this week’s Song About Security.

One enterprising installer has teamed up with a salmon smokehouse to offer us a fish eye view of the London Olympic site development. And speaking of the Olympics, Monday is the deadline for security companies to express their interest in tendering for the 2012 games.

And, horror of horrors – TODAY is your last chance to vote for the Security Manufacturer of the Year in the 2008 Security Excellence Awards. So don’t just sit there – sit there and vote!

While you’re at it, visit www.jobsforsecurity.com and peruse the wonderful jobs on offer. Or read some advice about getting a job. Or post a job vacancy on there. It’s totally sweet.

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