All Good Things Must Come to an End

ASIS 2017 might be over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t keep up with the top companies that were at the show.

ASIS 2017 opened its exhibit doors in Dallas last week, welcoming hundreds of attendees to check out the leading companies in the security industry and their top-of-the-line products. The show was a jam-packed four days of exciting conversations, product showcases and integration announcements but all good things must come to an end.

Or maybe not.

Our Live From ASIS 2017 page will remain open until October 13, allowing you to catch up on everything you might have missed at the show but also giving you an inside look at what companies are doing after the show. Our social portal gives you the ability to find everything ASIS in one place saving you the time of having to hunt down something that might have caught your eye at the show.

Through our Live From ASIS 2017 page you can also keep tabs on our Live From sponsors as well. See how Razberi is changing the cybersecurity of cameras with CameraDefense, get a sneak peak into Salient's new VMS, preview Open Options new version of DNA Fusion and rewind back to when Richard Rawlings of Gas Monkey Garage stopped by Costar Video System's booth to brag on their new StarNET platform.

So what are you waiting for? Let the fun continue at this link:

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Sydny Shepard is the Executive Editor of Campus Security & Life Safety.

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