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Brivo Systems Acquired for $50M by Eagle Eye Networks CEO Drako

The firms’ combined technologies will deliver the first on-demand, cloud-based security and operations video management system (VMS) with both cloud and on-premise recording.


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The false alarm problem is one of the most serious issues facing the electronic security industry. Remote video for the purpose of video verification is a promising response tool that not only aids security dealers in the fight against crime, but also reduces false alarms while providing an additional source of recurring revenue. Still a significant number of alarm dealers have failed to buy into the technology. September 30, 2005

LOUISVILLE, Ky. September 27, 2005

When designing CCTV systems, determining the number, type and location of cameras and DVRs is often only half the battle. Security technicians also need to know what it takes to get video to the network as well as onto it. This means understanding the devices and technologies necessary to effectively interface with your client's IT manager. September 01, 2005

A new public CCTV system monitors one of the most famous streets in the world, but it isn’t the cameras and wireless routers that clamor for a close-up. The “HOC” that keeps Hollywood Boulevard safe shines as an example of teamwork between a security firm, business and police. August 31, 2005

Joe Freeman: The network video business carries the most promise for growth, as a result of a rising concern for safety. August 31, 2005

TORRANCE, Calif. August 08, 2005

Determining the number, type and location of cameras and DVRs when designing CCTV systems is often only half the battle. Today, security technicians also need to know what it takes to get video onto the network, not just to it. Find out what concepts and terminology you need to learn to effectively interface with your clients' IT managers. August 01, 2005

SSI Staff · July 31, 2005

July 31, 2005

Expansion is made all the easier when security dealers and systems integrators diversify into horizontal markets that center on video surveillance that goes beyond traditional security applications. In most cases, a security firm already possesses most of the skills necessary to succeed in these markets. July 31, 2005




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