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Bob Dolph, SSI Contributor

Bob is currently a Security Sales & Integration "Tech Talk" columnist and a contributing technical writer. Bob installed his first DIY home intercom system at the age of 13, and formally started his technology career as a Navy communication electronics technician during the Vietnam War. He then attended the Milwaukee School of Engineering and went on to complete a Security Management program at Milwaukee Area Technical College. Since 1976, Bob has served in a variety of technical, training and project management positions with organizations such ADT, Rollins, National Guardian, Lockheed Martin, American Alarm Supply, Sonitrol and Ingersoll Rand. Early in his career, Bob started and operated his own alarm dealership. He has also served as treasurer of the Wisconsin Burglar and Fire Alarm Association and on Security Industry Association (SIA) standards committees. Bob also provides media and training consulting to the security industry.

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Bob Dolph's Latest Opinion Posts

Read: Tech Talk: No RMR? Are You Serious?

Tech Talk: No RMR? Are You Serious?

In the security business, you need to provide a product and service, just like many other service companies — but don’t forget about RMR.

Bob Dolph's Latest Posts

Read: Tech Talk: No RMR? Are You Serious?

Tech Talk: No RMR? Are You Serious?

In the security business, you need to provide a product and service, just like many other service companies — but don’t forget about RMR.

Read: A New Age: Digital Electricity

A New Age: Digital Electricity

While DE is still in its early stages of development, it’s clear that it has the potential to transform the way that we generate, transmit and distribute electricity.

Read: Why Investing in Wireless Is Worthwhile

Why Investing in Wireless Is Worthwhile

Wireless security advantages include faster installation, lower costs, less site disruption and use when hardwire isn’t feasible. Here’s how its legacy limitations are being overcome.

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