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Evolving Security Technology Makes Invention the ‘Mother of Necessity’

The adage used to be "necessity is the mother of invention." Nowadays in the security space, it appears the inverse is true.


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Space is still available for C-Level executives to take part in the event’s unique format, which pairs them with an exclusive schedule of one-on-one meetings with solutions providers. SSI Staff · August 06, 2015

Security Sales & Integration Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine shares a “bright idea” to boost your electronic security company, and the industry. Scott Goldfine · August 06, 2015

The global Internet of Things market is projected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 33.2% from 2015 to 2020. SSI Staff · August 05, 2015

The government said police officers stationed at “critical” companies will help boost defenses against cyber-attacks and fight criminal activity. SSI Staff · August 05, 2015

Previously, consumers could buy a smart security base package for $39.99 per month and add a la carte services. SSI Staff · August 05, 2015

Vivint opens a new central station following Todd Pedersen’s appearance on the reality series, during which he experienced less than ideal conditions at an old facility. SSI Staff · August 04, 2015

The Princeton Board of Selectmen recently discovered that fire and security alarms installed in town buildings, including the police station, are not being monitored by a central monitoring station. SSI Staff · August 03, 2015

Security Sales & Integration's "Legal Briefing" guest columnist Jesse Kirschenbaum explains why money collections may bog security alarm companies down deeper. By Jesse Kirschenbaum · August 03, 2015

Integration firm Enterprise Security Systems (ESS) jumped into action when executives learned of a men’s shelter’s need for a video surveillance system. Read the inspiring story of how channel partners prioritized giving over getting to provide those less fortunate with safer passage. Scott Goldfine · August 03, 2015

NICE Systems is selling its video surveillance unit to private equity firm Battery Ventures for up to $100 million, its second divestment in three months as it focuses more on its analytics business. Its new name is Qognify. Rodney Bosch · August 03, 2015


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