View this FREE, one-hour Recorded Webcast from Security Sales & Integration about situational awareness for better security and risk management with an emphasis on integrated alarm management and video-enhancement of alarms
View this FREE one-hour Recorded Webinar from Security Sales & Integration and sponsored by Western Digital will equip attendees with what they need to know and do to deliver business-based video surveillance solutions.
Register to view the archived version of SSI's December 16th webinar where Scott Goldfine was joined by cybersecurity and physical security experts to discuss what will be a paradigm shift for the entire security industry.
View the archive today from SSI's November 18th webinar where Scott Goldfine, Editor-in-Chief of SSI, along with a panel of industry experts, supplied insights on how to effectively migrate analog video surveillance customers to IP-based solutions.
View the archive today from SSI's November 13th webinar where we discussed the benefits, selling techniques, installation tips & more associated with video verification.
View the archive today from SSI's October 16th Webinar where Scott Goldfine, Editor-in-Chief of Security Sales & Integration, was joined by industry experts to discuss the best methods for optimizing video solutions across multiple verticals.
View the archive today from SSI's August 14th webinar, where we discussed what you need to know to deliver effective analytics solutions.
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View the archive for SSI's May 13th webinar, where we discussed what interactive services are available and how you can successfully sell them.
When Escambia County School District’s IT department decided to transition its 60 schools to a single video surveillance solution, it knew there would be some challenges. View this webcast archive that originally aired on Campus Safety and learn how one school district made the move to IP video surveillance.