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Security as a Service Market to Be Worth $1.5B by 2020, Technavio Says

The Americas dominated the global Security as a Service market in 2015, capturing 65% of the overall market share.


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L-1 Identity Solutions Inc., a provider of biometric solutions and services, says it will acquire Ontario, Canada-based Bioscrypt Inc. in a stock-for-stock transaction worth ... January 07, 2008

On-Net Surveillance Systems Inc. (OnSSI), a developer of IP video surveillance solutions, has combined its IP camera control capabilities with Buena Park, Calif.-based StarDot Technologies’ megapixel imaging ... January 02, 2008

On-Net Surveillance Systems Inc. (OnSSI), a developer of IP video surveillance solutions, has combined its IP camera control capabilities with Buena Park, Calif.-based StarDot Technologies’ megapixel imaging ... January 02, 2008

SSI Staff · December 31, 2007

SSI Staff · December 31, 2007

SSI Staff · December 31, 2007

Q: I have a customer who wants me to modify some UL-listed panic hardware with a nonlisted retrofit kit. Does this void the listing on the panic hardware? ... December 31, 2007

As the U.S. economy struggles amid the subprime mortgage debacle and a housing downturn, the residential security marketplace has been set adrift into uncertain times. The once white-hot builders market has all but flamed out across most of the country, leaving security dealers and integrators scrambling to adjust their business models. Revenues, already under pressure from price wars in some regions and ... By Rodney Bosch · December 31, 2007

NEW YORK — “We can play a large role in bridging the gap between physical security and IT based on using information in new ways and creating new applications for customers,” Julie Donahue, vice president of IBM Global Technology Services, Security and Privacy, told attendees during her keynote to open the ... By Scott Goldfine · December 31, 2007

Brett Bean is one of the top young people in our industry. He’s in his mid-30s and has already built a company with operations in Chicago, Detroit and central Illinois. His company will soon be visible to all in a yet-to-be-defined location in the southeast. I would have to say that this company is one of the fastest — if not the fastest — growing alarm companies in the industry. The company has grown through diligence, hard work and ... By Ron Davis · December 31, 2007




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