North America is expected to hold the largest share of the cybersecurity market in 2016 due to the technological advancements and early adoption of preventive measures.
SSI Staff · December 14, 2016
Security Sales & Integration
's 'Tech Talk' columnist Bob Dolph takes a brief look at some helpful technologies that can be accessed and incorporated into security systems integration's daily operations.
Bob Dolph · April 01, 2015
Mobile device platforms have become increasingly notable to hackers and cybercriminals as consumers do most of their transactions through their mobile devices.
SSI Staff · March 11, 2015
Is your electronic security firm using smart devices when technicians go to a new job? If not, it's time to jump on the BYOD bandwagon. Today’s web- and applications-enabled smartphones and mobile technology allow for greater communications, tracking, monitoring and management.
By Randy Gross · November 06, 2014
Faced with rising violence, stricter privacy requirements and heightened emergency preparedness, hospitals have critical challenges that can be solved via access control. Meet this market’s needs by keeping facilities safe while also boosting the value proposition by enhancing convenience and efficiencies.
By Ann Geissler Timme · July 17, 2014
Learn certain things you can do to optimize a home or small-business network today for new developments — like IoT, hacker bots, cloud services and 4K — tomorrow.
Julie Jacobson · July 17, 2014
A panel of industry experts discussed the impacts big data, privacy concerns, the BYOD movement, new entrants into the industry, and other trends will have on security during the keynote address at ISC West 2014.
Scott Goldfine · April 04, 2014
While small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) see considerable business benefits to tablet adoption, they also state that tablet users demand additional access to business applications and data beyond what they have today.
SSI Staff · March 25, 2014
As organizations implement bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs, which enable employees to use their personal devices for work activities, systems integrators will be increasingly thrown into the BYOD fray as they seize opportunities to provide technologies and consultative services to end customers.
By Rodney Bosch · July 02, 2013