• Satisfied Customers

    Even though there were not throngs of attendees, as in past years, ASIS still produced a good tradeshow in Orlando. Many exhibitors that I talked with were pleased with the quality of booth visitors.

  • Connecting Networks

    Connecting Networks

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is turning dumb houses into smart homes. It is also revolutionizing access control systems for all types of commercial buildings, from small offices and retail shops to enterprise campuses and sprawling factories.

  • Coming of Age

    Coming of Age

    There have been on-going discussions the past several years about how Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be used to modernize physical security systems and operations.

  • Extraordinary Value

    Extraordinary Value

    Every technology industry is talking about the benefits of Artificial Intelligence. More than a buzzword, AI is hyped as a panacea, while at the same time, it is often misunderstood by those who might benefit from it the most.

  • The Time Has Come

    The Time Has Come

    Despite the rapid rollout of vaccines, the impact and ramifications of COVID-19 will be long felt in almost every part of the economy. Many businesses have needed to pivot and adapt quickly to new ways of working.

  • Drivers and Implications

    Drivers and Implications

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been around since the 1950s when scientists and mathematicians essentially wanted to see if they could make machines think like humans. Since these early notions of AI, technology has advanced at a gradual rate.

  • A Hybrid Work Environment

    A Hybrid Work Environment

    As companies begin to repopulate their offices with workers who have spent the last 12-15 months toiling from their overcrowded kitchen tables and other non-traditional work settings, now faced with a potentially catastrophic problem.

  • An Uninterrupted Lifeline

    An Uninterrupted Lifeline

    For a first responder rushing into a building emergency, losing communication with their teams inside or outside of the building can be terrifying.

  • Safer Cities

    Safer Cities

    A lot has changed in cities around the globe in the last few years. According to the United States Census Bureau, population densities across the United States continue to shift from larger established metropolitan areas to smaller cities and into the suburbs. This is increasing the number of urban centers with sizeable populations.

  • Enhanced visitor management for a post-COVID world

    Smarter and Stronger

    In the past year and a half, the Coronavirus pandemic has proven to be a continuing challenge for the security industry as well as the workplace in general.

  • The Humorous Side to GSX

    The Humorous Side to GSX

    An upside to attending GSX this year there were some humorous observations.

  • The Science of Sherlock

    The Science of Sherlock

    Sherlock Holmes is known the world over for his amazing use of, induction, deduction, forensic science, elementary observation, and logic to successfully investigate and crack crime cases.

  • An Odd Year for Tradeshows

    An Odd Year for Tradeshows

    Hoping there is a bit more action at GSX today considering the experience from the first day of this tradeshow yesterday.

  • Securing Entertainment Venues

    Securing Entertainment Venues

    One thing entertainment venues, sports stadiums and theme park officials want to accomplish is getting people back into their seats. That is happening today—but not without understanding and technology. In this episode, AJ DeRosa shares his insight on how COVID-impacted businesses are able to face safety and security issues with confidence and technology. We also discuss visitor expectations and how venue officials can ensure their space is secure as they welcome visitors back.

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