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Mobile App Not Always Enough When Providing Smart Home Solutions

Think all you need to offer is a mobile app to control smart home functions? Think again. There's plenty of other control devices that fit into home automation.


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Security breaches of the General Services Administration leaves the personal information of at least 8,000 Army families compromised. The families were all a part of the U.S. Army Fee Assistance program. SSI Staff · September 28, 2015

The Office of Personnel Management's initial estimate of fingerprints stolen turned out to be wrong. Five times wrong. The OPM says 5.6 million fingerprints were stolen instead of the 1.1 million initially believed to have been compromised. SSI Staff · September 24, 2015

The NFL becomes first major sports league granted permission to fly drones; rules prohibit filming over stadiums packed with fans. SSI Staff · September 24, 2015

A federal rule that could take effect in 2016 would no longer allow residents of New York, New Hampshire, Louisiana and Minnesota to use their driver's licenses as valid identification. SSI Staff · September 23, 2015

More than 200 educational sessions, along with numerous networking events, will be presented during ASIS 2015. Rodney Bosch · September 22, 2015

The company also used the occasion to present a donation of $10,000 to Rotary Clubs from Farmers Branch and the adjacent city of Carrollton for construction of a new community playground. SSI Staff · September 21, 2015

The North American and European smart thermostat markets accounted for about 90% of the overall market in 2014. SSI Staff · September 14, 2015

A high school in Indiana is outfitted with multiple security systems and measures to serve as a test facility for local school district. SSI Staff · September 09, 2015

New hosted-buyer event for installing security contractors, co-located with the CE Pro Summit, will focus on revenue growth, more. SSI Staff · September 09, 2015

Vision Security has agreed to pay a $30,000 fine after settling a claim with the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office that the security firm used deceptive sales practices to gain new business. SSI Staff · September 08, 2015




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