07/31/2015

Putting a price on public safety?

any local authorities and public space managers continue to face budgetary challenges. In the face of cuts to local government funding, thrift is a necessity. Every penny spent must be justified. Local government departments with outdated CCTV control rooms are thus presented with a challenge: do we upgrade our surveillance capacity or watch our CCTV systems decay? For some, you can't put a price on public safety, even in austere times.
09/24/2014

Banking on icomply pays off in India

Automated teller machines (ATMs) are a major target for crime in India, and an area that icomply has been working closely on with a number of […]
01/25/2013

icomply announce integration with Commend UK

icomply are pleased to announce that they have entered into a technology partnership agreement with Commend UK.  Commend are a global market leader developing and manufacturing security […]
10/19/2012

icomply at the Security Excellence Awards 2012

icomply attended the Security Excellence Awards on Wednesday 17th October.  Unfortunately, we did not go home winners for the category of Integrated Security Solution of the Year, but […]
10/08/2012

icomply announce integration with SALTO Systems

icomply, the UK software developers of V-TAS Pro, a PSIM integration platform  providing integration solutions for CNI, government, retail and transportation applications, have announced a technology […]
09/24/2012

icomply’s top tips for exporting to non EU countries

More companies in the security industry are looking towards non EU countries for growth during the European financial crisis. We’d like to share how icomply achieved […]
08/09/2012

V-TAS Pro: Integrated open platform software for control rooms

Hugh Barker, the Managing Director of icomply, provides a simple explanation of how V-TAS Pro can benefit your control room by integrating CCTV with other security […]
08/01/2012

icomply look beyond the EU for global growth

You may have seen the interview with our very own Hugh Barker, Managing Director of icomply, in the Financial Times earlier this week (if not, take […]
07/27/2012

Part 3: Working from home during the Olympics

Many small businesses situated near Olympic venues in London and across the UK will be finalising their plans for the Olympic period.  At the infosecurity Virtual […]
07/25/2012

Securing the Olympics Part 2: Preparing for a security incident

Brian Honan from BH Consulting explains how small businesses can prepare for  the possible event of a security incident. Understanding your company Is your business going […]
07/24/2012

We’re finalists at the Security Excellence Awards!

UBM Live’s Security Portfolio have announced that icomply are finalists for the Integrated Security Solution of the Year at the Security Excellence Awards 2012.  We’re delighted to […]
07/23/2012

Securing the Olympics Part 1: Industry advice for small businesses

With the Opening Ceremony just days away, many small businesses situated near Olympic venues in London and across the UK will be finalising their plans for […]
07/18/2012

V-TAS Pro CCTV open software explained

The V-TAS Pro Challenge was to explain our integrated CCTV open software platform in under two minutes.  We managed 1.19 in our interactive Prezi! V-TAS Pro […]
07/13/2012

‘Cinderella Rewind’ – A Fairy Tale Gone Wrong?

Martin Beaumont, CCTV manager at Cambridge City Council, gave a seminar at the CCTV User Group in May 2012 entitled ‘A Cinderella Service’.  He explained that […]
05/22/2012

Our interview with Veracity at IFSEC

We caught up with Alastair Walker, Business Development Manager from Veracity, to find out why he attends IFSEC and what the future holds for the security […]