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September 1, 2002
Behind every viable industry there lurks a powerful association. It's been both a blessing and a curse that the electronic security industry is represented by several strong associations. Find out what makes each of them tick in a forum featuring the leaders of five of the industry's most influential organizations.
August 1, 2002
The Sept. 11 attacks have stimulated swift action to protect concerns vital to America's national security. This has opened up a wellspring of opportunity for companies like Valley Alarm, which recently installed CCTV and intrusion systems on a pair of Los Angeles Harbor bridges.
August 1, 2002
The acquisitive Interlogix was already a mover and shaker when it became General Electric's entry mechanism into the electronic security industry. In an exclusive interview, Interlogix President/CEO Ken Boyda (left) explains how the capital and R&D muscle of one of the world's largest corporations is fueling his company's integration ambitions.
June 1, 2002
From around the nation they came -- entrants seeking to win Security Sales & Integration's 2002 Integrated Installation of the Year Awards. The competition was wicked, but Multiguard Corp. and Greater Alarm nosed out the field.
May 1, 2002
Peter Michel and Brink's Home Security, a company he led to 13 straight years of record profits, have parted ways. In an exclusive interview, he explains his carefully orchestrated departure, the key to Brink's unparalleled success, and what the future holds for him and the electronic security industry.
February 1, 2002
Terrorism threatens to cast a cloud of gloom over the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics. However, organizers and security providers are determined to create a safe environment to ensure the glory of the Games.
January 1, 2002
Substantial improvements in equipment capabilities along with a major, favorable shift in government, industry and public sentiment is combining to blow the outdoor CCTV market wide open. Dealers with the most intimate knowledge of the technology and its applications will be best positioned to capitalize.
May 1, 2001
Your chances of standing proudly with the handsome, prestigious trophy grasped in your hands can be greatly boosted by adhering to some basic, essential practices
October 1, 2000
Customers are running away, running out of cash and running to other providers. What's an alarm company to do? Facing attrition head-on, identifying its causes, determining reasonable levels, prudent business practices and premium customer service are paramount for keeping your account base from atrophying.