Security Speaking Podcast: Alarm South’s Don Childers Previews ESX Sessions

This podcast series features the industry’s leading business owners, operators, managers and subject matter experts discussing the trends, challenges, technologies and more affecting today’s electronic security professional.

In the latest edition, SSI Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine talks with Don Childers, director of technical training and IT operations manager for Statesville, N.C.-based Alarm South. With more than 21 years in the electronic security industry, Childers spent his first nine years in the field as a fire alarm systems technician. An active member of the North Carolina Electronic Security Association (NCESA), Childers is a longtime instructor with ESA’s National Training School (NTS), and currently serves as the chairman for the Electronic Security Expo (ESX) Program Advisory Committee.

Listen as Childers discusses his business, specifically opportunities in fire alarms and interactive residential services. He will also explain what ESX attendees can expect from the two educational sessions he will conduct at the event — “Preparing Tech Support for Next Generation Technology” and “Signal Transmission Technology Roadmap” — and how the information will benefit integrators.

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