Rapid Response opened its business in Syracuse, N.Y. in 1992. Today, the security company services 1,700 companies and more than 1 million subscribers.
SSI Staff · February 25, 2016
Young Chevrolet in Dallas hired Eyewitness Surveillance to replace its previous security solution of security guards and has already reaped the benefits of the video surveillance.
SSI Staff · February 24, 2016
SSI Monitoring Matters columnist Peter Giacalone explains why companies need to stay in contact with their customers to avoid the competition swooping in.
Peter Giacalone · January 29, 2016
UGI Energy Services went with Genetec Omnicast IP video surveillance to help increase live monitoring on its work sites. The IP cameras have increased security on the sites by delivering snapshots of video feeds when motion is detected. Its security center can then decide what step to take next.
SSI Staff · January 28, 2016
The Memphis Police Department has installed approximately 600 Hikvision analog and IP video surveillance cameras around the city. The increase in cameras and monitoring of video feeds has led to more cases taken to court.
SSI Staff · January 27, 2016
For the second consecutive year, Sonitrol-Kimberlite's central alarm monitoring station set the record for assists in law enforcement apprehensions. The company says its advantage is its operators assessing disturbances before alarm systems are triggered.
SSI Staff · January 21, 2016
Genetec's Federation-as-a-Service centralized the video monitoring of the 2015 Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles. The FaaS helped the LAPD connect to more than 400 video surveillance cameras.
SSI Staff · January 14, 2016
More retail stores are looking to add security measures for loss prevention. But security integrators need to do their due diligence on the specific needs of the store when assessing security solutions.
By Erin Harrington · January 13, 2016
SSI Editor-In-Chief Scott Goldfine counts down the key security trends that emerged in 2015 and are likely to carry over into 2016.
Scott Goldfine · January 07, 2016
Most agree that video surveillance technology will continue to improve in 2016 while access control applications could experience a major shift. Check out all the predictions for the new year.
Scott Goldfine · January 06, 2016