"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" hits theaters everywhere on Dec. 18. In Philadelphia, the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness is taking no chances on security.
SSI Staff · December 16, 2015
In the second round of 2016 predictions for the security industry, pros expect higher revenues, particularly in video surveillance, and increased opportunities with the Internet of Things (IoT).
Scott Goldfine · December 16, 2015
A panel of 12 security integrators expect higher quality video surveillance, more cloud-based services and many more technology innovations in 2016.
SSI Staff · December 14, 2015
The ESA and MSCA expressed their disagreement with the Massachusetts Attorney General's ruling that Comcast does not need licensing or permits to install wireless security systems.
SSI Staff · December 11, 2015
On Wednesday, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey overturned a cease and desist order against Comcast stemming from a 2012 lawsuit backed by the Electrical Board that had kept the company from installing security systems in two towns in Massachusetts.
SSI Staff · December 10, 2015
At what point does some security become more ineffective than none? SSI
Editor-In-Chief Scott Goldfine explains how professionally tailored systems still hold the upper hand on DIY and other cookie-cutter security systems.
Scott Goldfine · December 08, 2015
Have a security technician on your holiday shopping list? Check out this list of gift ideas from SSI
that would benefit any tech or help them better please a customer.
SSI Staff · December 07, 2015
Alarm dealers regularly encounter the ethical dilemma of upselling home security systems. Where is the line drawn between fair and foul?
By Al Colombo · December 07, 2015
Referrals are golden for business owners. For security companies and their installers, ensuring customers have a positive experience with the company and providing referral incentives can open up another avenue of clientele.
Mark Matlock · December 02, 2015
SSI breaks down the top 30 technology innovations of the year. See which products made the cut.
By Scott Goldfine, Paul Boucherle and Bob Dolph · December 01, 2015