Security services specialists wanted!

In cooperation with our partners, we created an IT solution for security services, including such “traditional” service as manned guarding. Our product was designed to make entire security business much more effective, reliable and cost-effective, providing new level of automation and control. Also, our solution provides a solid foundation for the future development of security services business: it can integrate the security drones into one single control interface with humans, and provide deep and effective collaboration between them. Currently we are interested in contacts with security services business stakeholders, security/military experts to provide them with more details, presentations and demonstrations, and get the feedback about the product and it’s potential / desired features. If you are in security, military, or professional drone manufacturing business – please take a contact with me. Also, if you have connections from those industries – please let them know about this post with sharing or direct link. Here you can find the presentation of our security management solution: GUARD 365 Thanks! E-mail: martin.kiuru{a}

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Why financial companies still do not know how to count money

It just so happened that my career, starting from being a developer, then moving on to working as an architect, a CTO, and, finally, an entrepreneur, has been evolving mainly in the near-financial sector. The largest part of my professional life has been spent on designing and developing software systems for banks, broker companies, and other similar businesses. And from my background, I faced some typical technical problems in those companies that I would like to talk about. In the public opinion, the image of a banker, a trader, or a broker is a very desirable one. A person like that is a real owner of life, wearing an expensive suit and driving a shiny, powerful car; this person is unshakably self-confident, possessing some mystical financial knowledge. He knows exactly what he needs to do to earn even more money than he has, even though he is dripping with it already. With the help of his trader terminals, BI systems, risk management systems, and other dauntingly dodgy software, this embodiment of the archetype of a businessman can do fantastic things, for example, tell the future of the markets, making money on the fluctuations of quotations and prices. Perhaps he can […]

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