Although the security and safety industry maintains focus on redundancy and business continuity, it appears that most were not prepared for something like COVID-19.
Running a business during a pandemic may have you feeling like you’re in “Groundhog Day,” but here’s some advice: Ask yourself, what would Bill Murray do?
Security dealers no longer compete with just each other, but now must also fend off retail giants and multi-service operators.
Don’t be afraid to change the way you communicate with customers and vendor partners or restructuring the way your business is organized to fit the “new norm.”
Stacy Deveraux, president, Electromechanical Solutions Group, ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions, speaks about access control trends, the definition of success and more.
Each month SSI highlights one of the security industry’s most progressive integrators that has attended the SSI Summit. This month is Allstate Security Industries.
Fire and life-safety expert Shane Clary reviews additional proposed changes to NFPA 72. Topics include cybersecurity, supervising station alarm systems and more.
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Electronic security professionals can make a big and positive impact in fighting COVID-19. These high-tech solutions will give patrons the confidence they need to return to their favorite businesses.
Though we are living in uncertain times, one can predict security’s future by looking to the past.