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Opinion: White House Surveillance System Erase Gate?

Based on recent incidents, an action plan and refocus needs to start now to address each and every aspect, everything, for both the physical and electronic security systems at the White House.


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The distributor will handle Panasonic's new i-Pro Series of IP video systems. April 10, 2006

The demand for networked video surveillance systems and Internet protocol (IP)-based cameras is projected to swell. Integrators need to understand the technology and learn how to work with IT network specialists. March 31, 2006

The St. Louis Cardinals' new home has the same name as their previous nest, but that's where the similarities end. Among the enhancements at Bush Stadium III is state-of-the-art video surveillance, which knocks the ball out of the park with networked CCTV systems. March 31, 2006

Cisco purchases software-maker SyPixx Networks to start new physical-security unit. March 07, 2006

November 30, 2005

A new public CCTV system monitors one of the most famous streets in the world, but it isn’t the cameras and wireless routers that clamor for a close-up. The “HOC” that keeps Hollywood Boulevard safe shines as an example of teamwork between a security firm, business and police. August 31, 2005

Expansion is made all the easier when security dealers and systems integrators diversify into horizontal markets that center on video surveillance that goes beyond traditional security applications. In most cases, a security firm already possesses most of the skills necessary to succeed in these markets. July 31, 2005

Those who fail in the public works video security arena usually do so because they fail to identify the hidden costs associated with this new market experience. Those who are successful did their homework before they embarked on this new journey into public sector work. May 31, 2005

When the cable a security contractor uses to carry video signals is not up to the task, the result will undoubtedly be a degraded version of the original scene and an unhappy customer. Knowing the advantages and disadvantages of coaxial, unshielded twisted-pair and fiber-optic cabling — and which applications they are best suited for — will help assure your video makes the grade at the end of the line. January 31, 2005

November 30, 2004




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