Central Station Alarm Association’s certification re-enforces Protection 1’s commitment to providing the highest level of service to its customers.
Initiative generates more involvement and funding for U.S. children in need.
Experience may be the best teacher, but it’s often possible to learn what works—and what doesn’t work—simply by looking at other companies in the industry.
Security solutions are playing an increasingly important role in business operations as organizations are realizing the significant value these technologies can provide.
It’s getting harder for building owners and system integrators to keep up with the latest trends in security.
Delivering a unique and innovative technology in today’s crowded and dynamic security market can be quite a challenge.
As the time nears on the shutdown of the second-generation, or 2G, wireless network, now is the time for security dealers and integrators to not only start planning for this massive migration but also begin searching for opportunities to make this change easier for themselves as well as their clients.
Mobile Personal Emergency Response Systems (mPERS) is attracting a lot of attention in the security industry these days, and for good reason. There are several reasons for the enormous interest.
When a security integration company is small, installation and sales are 100 percent of the focuses of time and attention. The sales have to be lean but profitable.
GPS vehicle security has attracted high interest in the eyes of dealers for many reasons. First, it provides peace-of-mind for families.
When the Stanley Security staff wants to make an impression from the integrator to end user, it relies on the hard-hitting, well-versed security team at its Indianapolis Discovery Center.
For manufacturers to play within the commodity space, they need to provide the most features, ease-of-use and the best reliability, camera versus camera.
From the Texas School Marshal Program to cyberattacks and securing critical infrastructure to identify theft and active shooters, all hot topics in security addressed by industry leaders.
If a customer can dream of a security solution, integrator Lance Rankin can do it. Rankin and his Virtual Police team has become a preferred vender to one of the world’s largest wireless communications and telecommunications providers.
Conventional wisdom has firmly established the notion that the customer is always right. That may be true, but dealers who want to make the most of their resources—and ensure a customer base that will build a strong business—may end up facing a different question: Is the customer right for you?
Xentry is young at heart in the installation business, but not when it comes to security. They have quickly established themselves as a leader in designing, installing and maintaining technology systems to keep people and property protected and secure, increase efficiency, mitigate risk and ensure compliance.
Approximately 18 months have passed since Holly Tsourides took the reins as the CEO of Matrix Systems. But in that short time frame, she’s executed a robust growth strategy and business plan that has changed the face and the path of the company.
It’s known as many things. The “home of the future,” “connected home,” “smart home,” “automated home,” and the like, all defined with unique aspects by companies, but all with one cohesive trait...to stay connected.
When asked about the biggest challenge facing security system dealers/integrators, an overwhelming response often cited is the struggle to keep up with training.
How much does your wire/cable puller know about what he/she is doing? In most cases, the answer is “not much”. Their job is to literally pull wires through ceilings or conduit under a supervisor’s immediate control.