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What Mass Notification Service Can Do for Your Alarm Business (and Community)

Mass notifications not only keep community members in the loop on developing situations, but it's also a valuable source of RMR for alarm companies.


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The Amherst, N.Y.-based security provider proved its false-alarm reduction mettle to take home the hardware at the 2016 Electronic Security Expo. SSI Staff · June 09, 2016

The Meadows Racetrack and Casino, located in Washington, Pa., upgraded its video surveillance system to a digital system equipped with HD cameras. Stephen Sellner · June 03, 2016

So, you offer central station monitoring services. That's great. But could central station automation software elevate the security services you provide? Bob Dolph · May 26, 2016

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S2 Security released NetBox software version 4.8 on Monday. The new version of the access control and event monitoring software is said to incorporate new integrations and enhancements to the user experience. SSI Staff · April 26, 2016

Researchers at the University of Central Florida received a $1.3 million grant from the National Institute of Justice for a project that is trying to develop video surveillance analysis technology to help investigate crime scenes. Stephen Sellner · April 20, 2016




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