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Vivint Sells Off Solar Biz to SunEdison for $2.2B

Having already sold its door-to-door security and home automation business for $1.8 billion, Vivint is selling its solar installation business to renewable energy company SunEdison for $2.2 billion.


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Zimperium, a security company, uncovered a flaw in Stagefright, a media playback tool built into Android smartphone, which could allow malicious hackers to steal anything on the device, including credit card numbers or other personal information. SSI Staff · July 28, 2015

A shooting at a Louisiana movie theater has raised concern about security measures at multiplexes nationwide. SSI Staff · July 27, 2015

A string of break-ins in several units at Storage Pros of Wyoming, Mich., revealed that video surveillance cameras and other security measures were lacking at the facility even though customers were paying for security services. SSI Staff · July 27, 2015

Police are searching for a home intruder who accidentally activated a video application on his victim's iPhone, which captured a clear image of his face. SSI Staff · July 23, 2015

The Santa Fe Police Department believes a man posing as a Protection 1 sales representative is targeting children. SSI Staff · July 22, 2015

Security Sales & Integration’s “Tech Talk” columnist Bob Dolph examines some of the specifics of making wireless local area networks (WLAN) run smoothly. Bob Dolph · July 22, 2015

A Trenton, N.J., man shown in a surveillance video trying to rob a business at gunpoint later watched the recording online and turned himself in. SSI Staff · July 21, 2015

Implementing new customer initiatives, optimizing the customer experience and more led to Select Security being named runner-up for Security Sales & Integration's 2015 Installer of the Year program. Scott Goldfine · July 21, 2015

Having already sold its door-to-door security and home automation business for $1.8 billion, Vivint is selling its solar installation business to renewable energy company SunEdison for $2.2 billion. Julie Jacobson · July 20, 2015

A comic book caper returned seven copies of Marvel’s Civil War — valued at $1,400 — to JC’s Comics ‘N’ More after an Ohio news station aired surveillance footage of the incident. SSI Staff · July 20, 2015




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