Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine consults with a handful of trusted colleagues for ways integrators can overcome their top 10 challenges. Here is what SSI columnist Bob Dolph had to say about it.
Scott Goldfine · April 14, 2015
Take a look at tools, such as Labor Saving Devices' EasyStripper Self Adjusting Wire Stripper and Finger Protector, Duluth Trading Company's 5-Alarm Leather Tool Belt Suspenders and more to help boost security technicians’ efficiencies.
Bob Dolph · February 06, 2015
Security Sales & Integration's Tech Talk columnist Bob Dolph discusses the importance of properly installed line seizure devices.
Bob Dolph · January 26, 2015
Today’s business climate calls for an evolution in your approach to RMR in order to maintain existing accounts’ satisfaction levels and to improve the opportunities to attract new high-quality subscribers.
Bob Dolph · December 15, 2014
Today’s flood of new products and technologies rain down on security professionals in a torrential downpour. SSI’s 2013 Top Technology Innovations navigates those waters with 30 picks to guide you to the high ground of opportunity amid a broad landscape of technologies and applications.
By Paul Boucherle, Bob Dolph and Scott Goldfine · December 04, 2013
When you think about it, a cable splice is really the termination of two or more wires. And poor cable termination practices are the No. 1 technical problem for alarm system installation and service. Thus the need to discuss some time-proven cable splicing techniques.
By Bob Dolph · December 01, 2013
With no apparent slowdown in sight for violent outbursts claiming innocent lives in areas where people gather, it is time to reassess all areas of access control. Find out how better practices and technology advancements can help the cause.
By Bob Dolph · October 31, 2013
While video surveillance is the most overt example of the security industry’s technology advancement the past 20 years, too often it’s also a leading source of disappointment due to improper deployment and usage. Find out some of the system design techniques, features and best practices to optimize today’s impressive network video capabilities.
By Bob Dolph · September 30, 2013
One of the most basic elements of an intrusion system is the alarm contact or switch used to secure doors, windows and other building openings. Although ubiquitous and not overly complex, alarm contacts nonetheless require the utmost attention to ensure proper alarm system operations.
By Bob Dolph · September 03, 2013
Smart security practitioners know better than to ever underestimate the power of Mother Nature. That includes lightning strikes, which can wreak havoc for systems unless they are properly grounded and equipped with surge protection.
By Bob Dolph · July 01, 2013