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Saluting Security’s Most Valuable Products

Check out the industry's finest products in Security Sales & Integration's Most Valuable Products slideshow.


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During ISC West 2015, Honeywell showcased the voice control for its Lyric family of connected home and security products. Jason Knott · April 16, 2015

NYPD Narcotics Detective Ian Cyrus has been suspended after video surveillance footage showed him pocketing nearly $3,000 from a cash register during a raid on a Brooklyn deli. SSI Staff · April 13, 2015

Here's a list of a few video surveillance cameras that you should check out at ISC West 2015. Ashley Willis · April 08, 2015

The Locksis/Segos America smart lever lock replaces a standard doorknob and adds features such as a six-digit engraved keypad embedded on the lever. Julie Jacobson · March 27, 2015

Icontrol plans to compete with Alarm.com, Honeywell and Telguard by offering its Icontrol One security/home automation platform to independent security dealers and integrators. Julie Jacobson · March 24, 2015

Panasonic has released the Nubo wireless home security camera, which the company says is the first connected 4G monitoring camera. The weather-resistant device sends notification alerts and stores footage on a micro SD card. By Grant Clauser · March 18, 2015

Security Sales & Integration has inducted David Carter, managing director at NetOne (formerly Security Network of America), into the 2015 Hall of Fame for his numerous contributions to the electronic security trade. SSI Staff · March 18, 2015

Security Sales & Integration has inducted Keith Ladd, founder of The Protection Bureau, into the 2015 Hall of Fame for his contributions to the electronic security industry. Scott Goldfine · March 18, 2015

Protection 1 CIO/COO Donald Young has been inducted into the 2015 Security Sales & Integration Hall of Fame for his contributions to the electronic security industry. SSI Staff · March 18, 2015

The IT manager for Midwest Foods in Illinois called on security provider, Imperial Surveillance, to upgrade the facility’s dated analog system. Contending with an installation challenge not for the faint of heart, the new hybrid solution featuring Hikvision equipment is helping the distributor maintain strict oversight guidelines while providing newfound capabilities. Rodney Bosch · March 17, 2015




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