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AlarmForce Admits to Wrongfully Charging Monitoring Fees After Subscription Cancellations

AlarmForce said its policy review resulted from due diligence undertaken during a potential sale process.


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February 29, 2008

Manufacturers, dealers and integrators probably locked down their 2008 budgets two or three months ago, and now we’re approaching the end of the first quarter. This will reveal just how good each company’s market analyses was when they finalized their numbers late last year, and it will show what the early chances are of reaching the full 2008 ... February 29, 2008

When I retired from Security Associates Int’l (SAI) as its founder and CEO, I formed a company called GraybeardsRus. It was designed to provide an advisory board experience for small- to medium-size alarm companies that didn’t have an outside board of directors. It seems as though so many ... By Ron Davis · February 29, 2008

As video surveillance continues to push into public spaces across the United States, a rising discourse often centers on the erosion of privacy rights and the efficacy of the systems’ highly-touted promises. To discuss the topic, Security Sales & Integration invited Frank Pao, president and CEO of Santa Clara, Calif.-based Vidient, a developer of behavior recognition and ... February 29, 2008

An entrepreneur who splits time running a leading third-party central monitoring station and trade association work. A shrewd executive who helped the industry’s largest independent supplier join one of the world’s leading brands. A wunderkind who grew up in the industry and resurrected one of the nation’s best-known alarm companies. A globe-trekking developer/marketer of motion sensors who ... By Scott Goldfine · February 29, 2008

As a committee member of the National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association’s (NBFAA) National Training School (NTS), Joel Kent hopscotch’s the United States teaching Certified Alarm Technician courses and other industry training ... February 29, 2008

A case could be made that there is no industry that benefits society more than electronic security. There may be some that are its rival, but electronic security’s purpose of protecting and safeguarding people and property is about as noble as it gets. Just who are the individuals behind the industry championing that virtuousness? Who are the people with the business savvy, technical expertise and salesmanship that have built the industry up and ... By Scott Goldfine · February 29, 2008

A case could be made that there is no industry that benefits society more than electronic security. There may be some that are its rival, but electronic security’s purpose of protecting and safeguarding people and property is about as noble as it gets. Just who are the individuals behind the industry championing that virtuousness? Who are the people with the business savvy, technical expertise and salesmanship that have built the industry up and ... By Scott Goldfine · February 29, 2008

We’ve all been there. You need a new car. When you first start looking, it’s fun and exciting. Then you figure out what you want and compare it to what you can afford, and some of that excitement changes to nervousness and anticipation. By the time you get to the dealership and the lot vultures, er, auto sales professionals approach, your blood pressure has gone up ... February 29, 2008

Whether it’s a major security system installation project or the magazine you now hold in your hands, one of the most satisfying aspects of professional life is seeing your hard labor transformed into a finished product of which you can be proud. For me, that moment is the delivery of the latest issue of Security Sales & Integration. I find it especially gratifying when ... By Scott Goldfine · February 29, 2008




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