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What Is Leveraged Untethered Technology?

Paul Boucherle explains this newly created acronym in his latest blog.

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In a tweet last week, I created a new acronym for us to ponder, LUT for Leveraged Untethered Technology. That’s’ right; you heard it here first at SSI and the Value-Added Security blog.

What I saw at ISC West were new applications that leverage existing infrastructure technologies and truly a “many to many” application ergo untethered. These applications leverage the growth of adoption of smart mobile devices from many and can share the data of many with many, like first responders to criminal incidents. By using the big technology dogs like Google, Apple and Droid to fund and develop the “infrastructure” can you imagine the possibilities the future hold for all of us?

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Blogs · ISC West · Leveraged Un-Tethered Technology · Paul Boucherle · Value-Added Security · All Topics

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Paul Boucherle
Paul C. Boucherle, Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and Certified Sherpa Coach (CSC), is Security Sales & Integration’s “Convergence Channel” columnist. A principal of Matterhorn Consulting, he has more than 30 years of diverse security and safety industry experience including UL central station operations, risk-vulnerability assessments, strategic security program design and management of industry convergence challenges. Boucherle has successfully guided top-tier companies in achieving enhanced ROI resulting from improved sales and operational management techniques. He is a charismatic speaker and educator on a wide range of critical topics relating to the security industry of today and an accomplished corporate strategist and marketer whose vision and expertise in business performance have driven notable enterprise growth in the security industry sector.
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