Allegion encourages security integrators and school end users to be aware of new and untested security and lockdown products.
SSI Staff · August 02, 2014
The annual event will take place May 4-8, 2015 at the Westin resort hotel in Westminster, Colo.
SSI Staff · August 01, 2014
Security Sales and Integration, August 2014 Issue: The Bright Ideas Issue
July 31, 2014
Scott Hay, a 20-year security industry vet, will help the distributor focus on client service, integrated sales training and project management.
SSI Staff · 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
FST Biometrics' In Motion Identification (IMID) software interfaces with the Lenel OnGuard access control system.
SSI Staff · July 28, 2014
Proper planning can help prevent large-scale retail retrofit hazards.
Bob Stockwell · July 24, 2014
Two researchers conducted independent studies and discovered how thieves can hack and disable home alarm systems made by top security companies.
SSI Staff · July 24, 2014
A psychiatric care center in West Virginia receives an advanced video surveillance solution, among other security and life-safety systems, to ensure the well-being of patients, staff and the community. Find out how a local security provider met multiple project challenges and a demanding completion date.
Rodney Bosch · July 23, 2014
Frequent facilities expansion necessitating system upgrades is a chief reason the healthcare market is among security’s most robust. For more than two decades, Lafayette (La.) General Medical Center has relied on its integrator to keep current, including a recent project with 100 cameras and 25 card readers.
By Deborah O’Mara · July 21, 2014