CompTIA CEO Todd Thibodeaux discusses technology trends, opportunities for installing security contractors in the residential market and more in the latest Hot Seat Q&A.
Rodney Bosch · November 03, 2014
A common thread among installing security companies is the focus placed on attrition. In this Q&A, Alarm Capital Alliance President and CEO Amy Kothari discusses the role attrition plays in determining a security company’s fiscal well-being and more.
Rodney Bosch · September 24, 2014
Austin-based advertising legend and entrepreneur Roy Spence shares his views on on leadership, team building and company culture.
Rodney Bosch · August 22, 2014
Richard Widup Jr., CPP, discusses his presidency and the security industry at large in SSI's Hot Seat.
Rodney Bosch · July 18, 2014
Napco Security Technologies' Brandt Phillips discusses the current trends, challenges and opportunities in the business of fire/life-safety.
Rodney Bosch · May 15, 2014
Security Industry Association Chairman John Stroia discusses his goals to grow membership, deliver on SIA’s robust investment in education and training, and continue vigorous outreach to professional organizations and vertical markets.
Rodney Bosch · March 05, 2014
Paul Strohm, president and COO of Lenexa, Kan.-based C&C Group, serves as vice president of the InsideIQ Building Automation Alliance, discusses the state of interoperability in the physical security arena, including its challenges and opportunities.
By Rodney Bosch · December 01, 2013
Linear President Michael O’Neal joins the conversation to discuss 2GIG, which was a sister company of Vivint, and the burgeoning market for home control solutions and services.
By Rodney Bosch · October 31, 2013
The much anticipated Automated Security Alarm Protocol (ASAP) managed by the Central Station Alarm Association went live in April 2012 in Richmond, Va. Bill Hobgood, an IT authority for the city of Richmond, discusses the progress of the ASAP program.
By Rodney Bosch · October 23, 2013
As home automation and interactive services continue on an upward trajectory, electronic locks are becoming a part of the sales conversation alongside lighting controls, remote thermostats and other connected devices. Keith Brandon, director of residential access solutions for Kwikset, joins the conversation to discuss the fledgling market for these “smart” locks in the home.
By Rodney Bosch · September 09, 2013