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
The ASAP Computer-aided dispatch system ensures complete and accurate information transmission.
SSI Staff · October 19, 2015
Site Sentry provides remote live-viewing capabilities to assist faster response times.
SSI Staff · September 01, 2015
Diebold posted quarterly revenue of $733.4 million, surpassing analyst forecasts.
SSI Staff · July 31, 2015
One of security’s most storied names is leveraging its 19th-century legacy and 21st-century leadership to stand as one of the industry’s finest. Diebold's integration and monitoring capabilities and corporate culture are pleasing customers, motivating associates, spurring growth, and elevated the firm to Security Sales & Integration
’s Installer of the Year.
Scott Goldfine · July 08, 2015
Diebold hosts 75 end users, primarily from banking industry, for symposium that focuses on new technology such as cybersecurity, cloud video surveillance and access control, as well as advice on communicating within an organization for budget needs.
Jason Knott · May 08, 2015
The company cited currency issues and changes in overseas business operations were behind the overall loss, while gains in security services and products fueled growth for the security solutions group.
SSI Staff · April 30, 2015
Diebold and Eagle Eye Security Networks have entered the first national strategic alliance to deliver cloud-based video services to end users. The partnership includes combing Diebold's SecureStat solution with the Eagle Eye Security Camera VMS and the Eagle Eye Video Application Programming Interface.
SSI Staff · March 17, 2015
Diebold has acquired Canadian software company Phoenix Interactive Design to maximize the company's branch automation solutions around the globe.
SSI Staff · March 16, 2015
The addition of the new business data analytics engine will enable companies to more effectively analyze and investigate security- and business-related activities, including data related to alarms, monitoring, services, installations and asset management.
Rodney Bosch · October 03, 2014