Annual Reviews

 
Paul Atherton – Enabling Technology to Drive Commercial Benefit In his first blog Paul Atherton, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer at Kings Security discusses what is possible for security in integrating new innovative technologies. Read on »
Bob Forsyth – Cloud Technology, trajectory of the future In his latest blog for Infologue Bob Forsyth, Chief Executive Officer at Kings Security writes about Cloud Technology and its prospective applications for the security sector.  Read on »
Churchill Services Group announces the launch of its new rebranded security division Churchill Services Group has today announced the launch of its new rebranded security division – ‘Amulet’. Read on »
Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Annual Reviews

Infologue Review 2008

2008 was another eventful year for the regulator, the SIA, performing spectacularly when it came to its enforcement strategies, but having a few internal problems of their own to resolve. The end of 2008 sees the retirement of the BSIA Chief Executive, David Dickinson, who successfully oversaw the transformation of the BSIA from a self […]

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Infologue Review 2007

“Is service bought for example, on the basis of “6 people 24 hours a day” or “we have a building and people to protect what’s the most effective solution?” was a much reported question asked by former Security Industry Authority (SIA) Chief Executive, John Saunders, in 2003. “Is service bought for example, on the basis […]

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Infologue Review 2006

2006 was destined to be the formal start of a journey to transform the security guarding industry which commentators believe could take between five to ten years. During this period, licensing would become a reality, standards would be raised through the Approved Contractors Scheme, labour turnover would stabilise and margins would improve. In this review […]

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Infologue Review 2005

2005 can be best described as “interesting” as it became the first real step towards regulation of the security guarding industry. As the lack of licence applications started to cause concern the SIA started working with the larger Companies towards meeting their agreed profiles. These profiles were agreed percentages of licensable guards’ applications rising on […]

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Infologue Review 2004

This time last year we described 2003 as the year of laying foundations, we believe that 2004 was more about realization. The industry has become aware of the task ahead and how much effort will be needed to ensure the industry develops to its full potential. If we were in the kingdom of the birds […]

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Infologue Review 2003

After reviewing all the Infologue.com articles published this year it was a simple task to summarise the theme of the annual review, it was a year of laying foundations. This year the government has actively promoted the development of the wider police family to include the manned security industry.

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