- The Heat of the Moment
- Security on Board
- From Cockpit to Classroom
- Smarter Storage
- School Teacher Expelled
- Mapping the Way Forward
Utah Transit saves time, money with IP video software
Until recently, the Utah Transit Authority’s (UTA) video security system was limited by the capacities of its servers.
How lessons learned can make students safer
It is only natural that we respond to horrific situations with a renewed emphasis on security.
What’s new in network thermal cameras for security and operations?
In the security world, it’s often what you don’t see that can hurt you the most.
Benefits drive expansion of IP video systems in Bergen County, N.J.
The advantages of video surveillance are well known, but at times, the full value is realized only after a system is installed.
Key distributor has Mexico on a string
Thirty years ago, Lucy Rivero entered the security industry. She worked as an administrative assistant at a security company, and then worked her way into sales.
You have to wonder what is happening on school campuses these days. Why some students act the way they do; why some turn to violence.
Sit down for a conversation with Brian Wiser, the president of sales in North America at Bosch Security Systems, and concern for the integrator will surface pretty quickly.
Careful documentation is vital for maintaining, expanding your facility’s security systems
Any security investment starts with a realization that you have people and things to protect.
Making an impact with a long-standing relationship
Based in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, VTI Security has been a trusted provider of security designs, installation and support for more than 35 years.
For a couple of years now, I’ve traveled to several locations to interview and write the cover story for our Dealer Strategies. It is always an honor to be able to sit with the CEO or designated spokesperson, and learn about that company’s business model.
Looking at strategies well into the future
The concept of Open Architecture Access Control is taking on a lot of traction.
New Orleans is a terrific destination city. It is filled with history, music and adventure.
Throughout my 25 years in this industry, which have included 12 as an integrator and 13 as a consultant, the number one question of all time has been: where do I find leads?
Make no mistake, technicians play a huge role in sales and customer service
At first glance, you’d think that sales representatives carry the heaviest burden for security dealers.
Law enforcement ponders the question in various cities
On Mar. 1, Akron, Ohio’s police department became only the 30th across the United States to employ what is known as a verified response policy, which means that before police respond to an alarm, it must be verified that there is, indeed, a crime being committed.
Campus Security & Life Safety
College installs advanced security technologies
Located in the heart of Albany, N.Y.’s capital city, The College of Saint Rose offers 4,500 students a rigorous educational experience that extends their learning beyond the campus to the vibrant urban environment in which they live.
Illinois schools set protocols for emergency situations
Sycamore School District in Illinois is comprised of seven schools ranging from elementary to secondary schools.
Michigan university upgrades beyond keyed locks
Western Michigan University, located in Kalamazoo, Mich., is a national research university serving students from across the United States and 100 additional countries.
Returning students don’t have to worry about security lapses
When some children drop out of school, that is all of the formal education they may ever receive.
Software helps nail school district contract win
Mid State Fire & Systems, a fire and life safety system installer and service provider in Ocala, Fla., is dedicated to providing quality service to customers at a competitive price.
Mass notification is not a brand-new concept in safety and security circles
With one recent study projecting the mass notification market to be worth more than $6.4 billion by 2018, it is obvious that more and more institutions are turning toward a layered approach to deliver emergency alerts.