When Barbara Morgan settles into her classroom, she has a
room full of teaching aides and equipment that keeps installers,
end users and dealers focused on the topic of the day. Her
message to her students is quite simple.
Dealers just need to remember one thing: Security— the promise to help protect customers’ lives and property—must remain at the core of their business.
Training is the life blood of any successful organization. Training employees on how to do their jobs better is one thing, but training dealers and integrators on how to use and incorporate security products is another.
When a security integrator begins deciding which manufacturer to use for an installation, a myriad of key elements come into play. Does the manufacturer have easy-to-use online training?
When the IP camera was introduced to the physical security industry in the mid-1990s, the move from analog to digital was set in motion. Adoption of this technology began slowly but has steadily gained momentum.
Training is an essential priority for any security dealer or integrator seeking to enter the fire alarm market, while continuing education is important for dealers who already install fire alarms systems.
Security is no longer chained to a desktop, and breaking these chains has changed the face of remote monitoring. It used to be that remote monitoring meant keeping an eye on things from a central station, like a corporate security command center or even a thirdparty monitoring service.
High definition and megapixel cameras play an important role in video surveillance applications. They can provide images that are more useful, with a higher quality of detail and have wider coverage than standard-resolution cameras.
More than 15,000 Delta systems protect people and property in over 130 countries around the globe.
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