As a kid, Matt Barnette got shuffled around the country as his father would relocate his family for career opportunities in the technology field.
Entry solution providers must understand an end user organization’s “culture,” and must be able to communicate the best way for the organization to adapt to a new security entrance.
The life safety industry, comprised primarily of burglary, fire and medical alert systems, has seen an accelerated evolution in monitoring service offerings over the past decade.
The “free alarm system” has been around so long that many professionals can’t remember a time when it wasn’t the starting point for just about any company looking to hang a keypad in a customer’s home.
The American Integrated Security Group opened a new office in Ohio to serve the Midwest Region of North America.
Providing security for a house of worship wasn’t on my radar until recently. Dylann Roof changed all that when he opened fire on the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston, S.C.
When I’m asked what role access control devices and technologies play in a structure’s overall sustainability, my thoughts usually wander first to LED lighting.
For the highest level of security possible, Paramount chose to invest in enterprise command center software (ECCS) by SureView Systems to consolidate all of its security and life safety systems across the globe in a simple, effective and centrally manageable security management solution.
A Capital One survey found that eighty-five percent also expect improved financial performance.
Designed to a be a state-of-theart facility for students and faculty members at Oregon State University, Austin Hall could represent one of the most unique systems integration projects within the higher education market in the United States.
Now is an exciting time to be in the business of security integration. The quality of surveillance images are getting better in a variety of configurations ranging from megapixels to multisensor panoramic to thermal imaging cameras.
When it comes to security and home automation, there are a lot of questions homeowners need to ask themselves. Do I want a smart home?
In the decade that First Service Insurance (FSI) has conducted business in Roseville, Calif., it has provided contractors with specialized property and casualty insurance products focused on general liability, workers compensation, business auto and bonding/surety.
As interest in connected home technology rises, consumers are beginning to pay attention to its many safety and security benefits.
At the peak of El Salvador’s sugar harvesting and processing season, the Ingenio Azucarero Injiboa mill in San Vicente becomes incredibly busy as hundreds of employees change shifts throughout the entire day, typically seven days a week.
Most dealers know that it’s crucial to run a credit report before signing up a new account. But it’s also worth remembering that it’s not a minor detail, and even a borderline credit record may have long-term repercussions.
There are many challenges associated with securing Specialized including theft protection and loss prevention, general security for employees, and protecting the company’s highly confidential trade secrets which are safeguarded at headquarters.
This month I ventured out just a little bit to talk about residential security, though much of what I learned also applies to commercial and industrial security. No better place to learn about software than Silicon Valley.
More than a decade ago, the talk was all about convergence. Well, the industry has converged, but there is now something more interesting on the horizon.
According to several studies, growth is now focused on “self-installed” products that piggyback on the popularity of smart phones and the tech-savvy millennials that use these devices for everything from banking to prepared food delivery.