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Security companies using tech to venture into the innovation era

June 25, 2019
Technology is building all around us and is inherently weaving into what seems to be its new home in our businesses, economy and day to day lives.
It's the fascia of our society. 
And it's no different in the security industry where we see a breakaway industry, as a result of the widening gap between the big international and global companies and the smaller and regional operations, since the latter two are falling behind on adopting technology to help their businesses.
Security companies are adopting technology that harnesses the power of A.I. software, a technology that uses machine learning to perform tasks. There’s a variety of technology and for almost any task that a security officer can perform, name one that A.I. can't and the tech companies will hastily bury themselves in their labs like busy elves aspirating away on the teats of innovation.
The integration of big brother and technology has undoubtedly birthed the era of cyber security and one sector of the security industry that still has its own destiny with the tech gods is frontline and the operations that drive it.
Analysts in security have provided insight to the success of big companies protruding to efficiency and streamline services as two of the key factors of growth.  They have conceded though that advantages of scale plays a role. Regional and smaller firms are still facing the rudimentary steps of expansion and must implement technology sooner than later. When we look back at frontline sector concerns - officer safety, recruitment and competition are in the danger zone of progress.
The security industry is still treading water when it comes to the implemenation of safety procedures for officers even as the rise in threats that they face are changing rapidly. More notably the security officer position continues to portray a makeshift industry which has had an adverse effect on services, wages, recruitment and protection of the officer - thus small companies continue to struggle to find quality officers beyond the sphere of technology.
Companies that want to implement new technology as a solution need to start small and press on areas of need to improve their services. More than ever the end users are looking for companies to be tech savvy, firms also need to have the same technology as their third parties and services that internally house tech for other companies and bigger clients.
Companies are evolving and with better technology, more likely clients are going to be looking for better solutions. Technology and innovation is not just confined to software, it is implemented in a range of operative solutions and improvements, fundamentally it can improve your services, and it can take care of administrative tasks reducing time management and problem solving.
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