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20th SAMMY Awards Finalists Revealed

Security Sales & Integration announces the finalists for the 20th annual SAMMY (Sales & Marketing) Awards. Stanley Security leads with seven nominations.


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Dynamark Security Centers has integrated Alarm.com’s Image Sensor to its central station software to offer video verification, and has partnered with Encore Controls to provide fire monitoring for all installations. SSI Staff · March 04, 2015

Freeus is a new sister company to wholesale alarm monitoring provider AvantGuard Monitoring. SSI Staff · March 03, 2015

Monitronics bolsters its DIY interactive and home automation services and picks up 32,000 LiveWatch Security customer accounts. SSI Staff · March 03, 2015

Security Sales & Integration announces the finalists for the 20th annual SAMMY (Sales & Marketing) Awards. Stanley Security leads with seven nominations. SSI Staff · February 27, 2015

Fresno-based monitoring center claims to maximize community resources, combats false alarms at more than double efficiency of national average. SSI Staff · February 25, 2015

Global strategist Marc Goodman writes biometric security will offer many advantages, but will increasingly become a target for cyber espionage. SSI Staff · February 25, 2015

Security company owners have long moaned and groaned about the industry’s recruitment challenges. Today, evolving employee demographics and swifter technology leaps are inflaming the situation like never before. Find out how the Electronic Security Association (ESA) aims to turn the tide. By Shannon Murphy · February 25, 2015




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