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Calif. School District Selects Tyco Security Products’ PowerSeries Neo Intrusion Detection System

Tyco Security Products announced on Tuesday that the Travis Unified School District in Fairfield, Calif., has chosen a hybrid PowerSeries Neo intrusion system paired with Alarm.com’s connected services…


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SSI Staff · December 31, 2009

SSI Staff · December 31, 2009

SSI Staff · December 31, 2009

SSI Staff · December 31, 2009

Recurring revenue from subscriber monitoring agreements for fire and intrusion alarm systems has traditionally accounted for a significant portion of an alarm dealer's income. This is a very successful business model and it will continue to be for decades to come. By Kevin Lehan · December 31, 2009

Security contractors are relying on the reach and cost effectiveness of online communications more than ever to win over new prospects and keep existing clientele engaged. SSI’s latest research also finds companies are compensating for economic shortfalls by allocating more of their operating budgets to sales and marketing. By Scott Goldfine · December 31, 2009

With shoplifting and related crimes on the rise, merchants of all sizes are leveraging anti-theft technologies to mitigate their losses. The uniqueness of the retail space can be demanding, but installing security contractors with the right stuff can reap rewards. December 31, 2009

Mass notification, a relatively new development in life safety, can be defined as "a technology that provides real-time information to groups of individuals within large buildings, campus settings, geographic regions, or entire nations." By Al Colombo · December 31, 2009

With the House of Representatives having already passed the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Act of 2009 and the Senate's approval of the bill considered imminent, there is rising optimism new security regulations on facilities that store potentially dangerous chemicals will provide a windfall in new business for systems integrators. December 31, 2009

California State University, Fullerton, installed biometric readers for access, time and attendance reporting at its Titan Recreation Center. The center, which employs 120 students, uses Schlage HandKey and HandPunch readers to control and monitor access into the building. December 21, 2009




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