21 March, 2011
2020 Vision employees are tickled Pink after raising money in support of the breast cancer ‘wear it pink’ day.
Enthusiastic administration staff cooked up a day of smiles and calories baking pink cakes and encouraging staff to dress in pink during the ‘go pink’ day for the breast cancer awareness campaign in October.
General Manager, Dawn McIntyre elicited help and support from a number of our suppliers and gratefully received donations for the day.
The Directors would like to thank all the employees that took part in making this a very enjoyable fundraising event and we would also like to say a special thank you to the following suppliers:
- Norland Electrical, Newcastle
- Veracity, Ayr
- Provision, Shrewsbury
- Transend (UK) Ltd, Coventry
- DMG Graphics, Newcastle
- SIS, Preston
21 March, 2011
The increase from substantial, means that a terrorist attack is highly likely. You should therefore remain alert to the danger of terrorism, look out for suspicious bags on public transport or any other potential signs of terrorist activity you may encounter.
There are five levels of threat:
- critical – an attack is expected imminently
- severe – an attack is highly likely
- substantial – an attack is a strong possibility
- moderate – an attack is possible but not likely
- low – an attack is unlikely
14 March, 2011
In an exclusive report, first released to CCTV Image magazine and SecurityNewsDesk.com, DCC Graeme Gerrard of Chesire Constabulary reveals the results of new research into the number of CCTV cameras in the UK. Read more…
11 March, 2011
The annual CCTV User Group Conference takes place this year at The Belfry Hotel, Birmingham 13th -15th of June.
Peter Houlis managing Director of 2020 Vision Systems Limited has been invited to give his presentation on migration from analogue to IP CCTV based upon his recent article, From A to IP, published in Info4Security. Read more…