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Smart Home Security Demand to Rise This Holiday Season

Research shows sales of standard surveillance cameras, smart doorbell cameras, security systems and smart “detectors” will be way up this season.


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In comparison to 2014, the FBI reports there were more violent crimes but less property crimes in 2015. SSI Staff · September 28, 2016

The combined security equipment and services market was estimated to exceed $123 billion in 2015. SSI Staff · September 27, 2016

Study from Houzz reveals that almost half of all home renovations include the addition of some form of smart-home technology, led by security systems. Jason Knott · September 20, 2016

As more connected devices reach the market still riddled with vulnerabilities, badly coded APIs and poor encryption, home and business owners leave themselves open to hackers, break-ins and even stolen identity. SSI Staff · September 20, 2016

Adding to your service offering is challenging. We get it. ConnectWise has helped countless technology solution providers reconfigure their business for the future by adding new practice areas and building monthly recurring revenue. September 02, 2016

While annual video surveillance camera unit shipments are forecast to continue to increase through to the end of the decade, some regional markets are becoming saturated. SSI Staff · August 31, 2016

Nearly half of the respondents expect the number of IoT devices on their networks to increase by at least 37% in 2017. SSI Staff · August 25, 2016

The fruits of your labors are much more, well fruitful, if you know where the garden grows most bountifully. As it has for close to a decade, SSI’s Operations & Opportunities Report highlights the most fertile technologies, services and markets for security dealers and integrators to sprout new business. Scott Goldfine · August 22, 2016

The Americas dominated the global Security as a Service market in 2015, capturing 65% of the overall market share. SSI Staff · August 19, 2016

A recent survey found that of all the things Americans fear being hacked, home security cameras is tied for their No. 1 fear. Stephen Sellner · August 16, 2016




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