Audibility requirements of fire alarm and emergency communications systems have become more prominent in recent years. Learn where and when you may need to heed such standards based on how NFPA 72 has addressed the intelligibility issue.
Shane Clary · July 30, 2014
If you’re seeking to stand out from the competition, try strain gauge or stress sensor systems. They can help curb false alarms and work toward other useful automated functions to benefit clients.
Bob Dolph · July 29, 2014
The security technology solutions you offer are highly converged; your sales infrastructure should be as well in order to best serve customers’ needs. Here’s the first of a two-part look at consultative selling.
Paul Boucherle · July 29, 2014
A security company is a party to agreements that requires the firm to provide indemnity. Learn what you should expect the indemnified party to invoke its right to indemnity if the occasion arises.
Ken Kirschenbaum · July 24, 2014
Proper planning can help prevent large-scale retail retrofit hazards.
Bob Stockwell · July 24, 2014
Watching water levels to weather potential damage can help security companies increase recurring monthly revenue.
Peter Giacalone · July 17, 2014
National Safety Month is a perfect time to get your security company up to speed on learning about and implementing best worker safety practices.
Bob Dolph · June 26, 2014
The early history of biometrics technologies proved to be premature on its promises. Now might be time to reconsider and embrace its coming of age as a primetime security solution.
Paul Boucherle · June 23, 2014