Despite economic turmoil, the estimated number of burglaries decreased 1.3 percent when compared with 2008 data.
December 16, 2010
A wired network of more than 3,000 video cameras will help secure One World Trade Center from future terrorist attacks, New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly wrote in a New York Post editorial ...
December 06, 2010
Despite economic challenges during the past two years, 54 percent of integrators overall have a more optimistic view of 2010 than 2009, according to the Market Intelligence Briefing (MIB) report ...
October 19, 2010
Nearly 1,000 end-user facilities including retail shops, restaurants, manufacturing facilities and small-to-mid-size commercial customers are using the company's remote-managed services.
March 09, 2010
Massive Mall of America fortifies its security by converting its outdated video surveillance system into an advanced IP-based solution.
By Scott Goldfine · February 11, 2010
SSI Staff · December 31, 2009
Security Integrator CSI: Palm Beach underwent the task of updating an aging surveillance system to fit the needs of luxury, oceanfront condominiums on the coast of Florida. The integrator built the backbone of its new video surveillance network system on the Toshiba Surveillix HVR 16-channel DVRs.
December 17, 2009
Throughout the years electronic security, and especially central station monitoring and remote services, has evolved to become much more than just about detection and protection.
By Peter Giacalone · November 30, 2009
The number of injuries and deaths due to carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning routinely increases every year as cold weather moves across the nation. The CO threat is an ever-present danger to humankind and animals. This is especially true during the winter months when it becomes necessary to use combustible heating, such as fireplaces and gas- and oil-fired furnaces.
By Al Colombo · November 30, 2009
While watching the recent "American Idol" season finale I got to thinking about the splashy ads seen during such a high-profile broadcast and how many millions of people those messages reach.
By Scott Goldfine · May 31, 2009