Electronic security business Diebold has been bought by Sweden’s Securitas for $350 million. Diebold offers a full portfolio of intrusion, fire, video surveillance, access control and systems integration services.
SSI Staff · October 26, 2015
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Videos of the Week as it counts down the top moments captured by video surveillance.
SSI Staff · October 23, 2015
Securing New Ground gets underway on Oct. 28, bringing security executives, investors, practitioners and others together to discuss the state of the security industry.
SSI Staff · October 22, 2015
The Spectra Logic Summit gave the company the opportunity to address its customers and the media on what direction Spectra Logic is heading in, as well as offer advice on how to optimize its data storage products.
SSI Staff · October 19, 2015
picked out 9 of the top surveillance camera videos of the week. The videos range from serious to funny and involve residential and commercial security.
SSI Staff · October 16, 2015
Is your security company concerned about the growth of the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) security market taking away your business? Make sure you use the expanding market to your advantage.
Peter Giacalone · October 16, 2015
Pomoting a team culture vs. a tyrannical culture is key to running any successful business. If employees are raving fans of the business, customers will be more likely to rave about the business as well.
Mark Matlock · October 13, 2015
STANLEY Security unveils its first industry-based version of the newly launched STANLEY Insights Professional Services and Analytics Solutions Software, specifically tailored to gather, analyze and drive operational performance that the company says will directly impact the success of STANLEY Security’s retail customers.
SSI Staff · October 13, 2015
Security Sales & Integration
Senior Editor Rodney Bosch sat down with four executives of monitor-providing companies to discuss the challenges and opportunities for growth in the ever-evolving alarm industry.
Rodney Bosch · October 12, 2015
Attribution Busters called around to 25 security companies to evaluate how their front-line employees treated customers and represented the company they work for. The results were less than stellar.
By Bob Harris · October 09, 2015