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Tyco Invests in Qolsys; Unveils Smart Services Platform

Along with the Qolsys investment, Tyco also said it has hired a new CTO and introduced Tyco On, an integrated data and smart services platform.


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The latest Global Retail Theft Barometer study finds retail shrink costs the average U.S. household $403 annually; cost of retail crime as percentage of revenue rose 27% in the U.S. SSI Staff · November 11, 2014

In addition to learning about the latest security solutions, school officials are also able to meet with and share ideas with their peers. SSI Staff · November 10, 2014

Here are 10 home automation products security integrators can suggest to customers. SSI Staff · November 10, 2014

Mike Maniscalco of ihiji sheds insight on the best sales approach for electronic security contractors to use to gain more residential security clients and more. Scott Goldfine · November 07, 2014

Jim Corbett, partner of United Alarms, discusses the top barriers and challenges to succeeding in today’s residential security marketplace and more in this Q&A. Scott Goldfine · November 07, 2014

ADS Security President and CEO John Cerasuolo addresses the greatest opportunities for electronic security firms in residential security, and how companies can take advantage of such opportunities. Scott Goldfine · November 07, 2014

SSI Editor-in-Chief speaks with four residential security authorities — ADS Security's John Cerasuolo, United Alarm's Jim Corbett, security industry consultant Peter Giacalone and ihiji's Mike Maniscalco — to gain their assessment of the market. Scott Goldfine · November 06, 2014

CompTIA CEO Todd Thibodeaux discusses technology trends, opportunities for installing security contractors in the residential market and more in the latest Hot Seat Q&A. Rodney Bosch · November 03, 2014

Parks Associates lends expertise and the latest research to steer security professionals toward their best chances at success in offering smart-home devices. By Tricia Parks · October 31, 2014

Revolv is now a Nest company and the home automation hub will not be available for sale. Service and support will be available to existing Revolv clients but will not be available to new customers. By Grant Clauser · October 29, 2014


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