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Rodney Bosch, Senior Editor

Although Bosch’s name is quite familiar to those in the security industry, his previous experience has been in daily newspaper journalism. Prior to joining SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION in 2006, he spent 15 years with the Los Angeles Times, where he performed a wide assortment of editorial responsibilities, including feature and metro department assignments as well as content producing for latimes.com. Bosch is a graduate of California State University, Fresno with a degree in Mass Communication & Journalism. In 2007, he successfully completed the National Burglar and Fire Alarm Association’s National Training School coursework to become a Certified Level I Alarm Technician.

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Rodney Bosch's Latest Opinion Posts

Read: PSA to Amazon: Not Interested One Bit in Becoming Your Labor Force

PSA to Amazon: Not Interested One Bit in Becoming Your Labor Force

During ADAPT 2020, PSA CEO Bill Bozeman laid bare his disdain with Amazon’s idea that integrators could serve as the tech behemoth’s installation arm.

Read: Case of the Missing Yard Signs: Brinks Makes Good on Technician’s Disregard

Case of the Missing Yard Signs: Brinks Makes Good on Technician’s Disregard

A technician for a Brinks authorized dealer inexplicably jettisons a pair of yard signs at a customer’s residence, but all’s well that ends well.

Read: Why Employing More Women in Leadership Roles Drives Innovation

Why Employing More Women in Leadership Roles Drives Innovation

Research shows a statistically significant relationship between management diversity and innovation, as companies with higher levels of gender diversity achieve more revenue from new products and services.

Read: Are Mass Video Surveillance Privacy Concerns Easing Amid Virtues?

Are Mass Video Surveillance Privacy Concerns Easing Amid Virtues?

Our planet is essentially under surveillance around the clock with security cameras, satellites, drones and more. Privacy concerns are undeniable, but all those imaging technologies are having a positive effect too.

Read: Consider Cybersecurity Conferences to Identify Strategic Partners

Consider Cybersecurity Conferences to Identify Strategic Partners

For installing security contractors looking to add cybersecurity services to their portfolios, cyber conferences can be a great start.

Rodney Bosch's Latest Posts

Read: Systems Integrator The Protection Bureau Acquired by CTSI

Systems Integrator The Protection Bureau Acquired by CTSI

The deal for The Protection Bureau expands CTSI’s footprint in the Mid-Atlantic and enhances its fire and security integration capabilities.

Read: TMA Annual Meeting Panelists Hash Out Future of Pro Monitoring

TMA Annual Meeting Panelists Hash Out Future of Pro Monitoring

TMA President Don Young peppered four industry executives with questions to elicit various viewpoints on AI, NG911, RMR and more.

Read: Marketing Guru Mike Michalowicz Tells Integrators How to ‘Get Different’

Marketing Guru Mike Michalowicz Tells Integrators How to ‘Get Different’

Michalowicz, a top business keynote speaker, shared his D.A.D. marketing framework during a Total Tech Summit/VIP Peer to Peer webinar.

Read: Eagle Eye Networks Acquires AI Surveillance Specialist Uncanny Vision

Eagle Eye Networks Acquires AI Surveillance Specialist Uncanny Vision

Cloud video surveillance provider Eagle Eye Networks adds Uncanny Vision’s AI technology, engineering talent and its offices in India.

Read: Brinks Home Strikes Deal to Service AT&T Digital Life Customers

Brinks Home Strikes Deal to Service AT&T Digital Life Customers

AT&T informed Digital Life subscribers their 3G controllers will not be upgraded and they have the option to sign a new service contract with Brinks Home.

Read: Smart Home Roundtable: Brass Tacks to Succeed in the Homebuilder Market

Smart Home Roundtable: Brass Tacks to Succeed in the Homebuilder Market

Leaders from four companies — all specialists in the homebuilder market — provide insights on what it takes to win in this burgeoning field.

Read: Security Industry Reckons With Facial Recognition Bans

Security Industry Reckons With Facial Recognition Bans

Navigating the implementation of facial recognition is becoming more cumbersome as an increasing number of states and cities enact conditional use restrictions.

Read: NAPCO Security Exceeds Q4 Earnings and Revenue Estimates

NAPCO Security Exceeds Q4 Earnings and Revenue Estimates

Recurring service revenue for the quarter increased 43% to $9.5 million as compared to $6.7 million for the same period last year.

Read: 9/11 20th Anniversary: How Building Designs, Codes Continue to Evolve

9/11 20th Anniversary: How Building Designs, Codes Continue to Evolve

The attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, forever altered building design concepts and codes. Those impacts continue to inform engineering and life-safety professionals.

Read: 9/11 20th Anniversary: Security Pros Share Reflections, Observations

9/11 20th Anniversary: Security Pros Share Reflections, Observations

Suppliers, integrators and others look inward and express how the 9/11 attacks affected them personally and professionally.

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