Amazon Web Services (AWS) boasts that its Amazon One Enterprise security platform replaces the need for multiple authentication tools, and it emphasizes that as part of the service, employees can use their palm to physically access building spaces and digital assets.
Pimloc’s partnership with Argenbright Europe Limited (AESL) provides AESL’s customers with access to Pimloc’s Secure Redact technologies, which can now be integrated into AESL’s suite of services to blur personal and sensitive data.
Through the newly announced integration of Google Nest into the ClareOne platform, dealers can choose from six Nest products to integrate into their security and smart home installations.
The integration of DMP’s alarm panels into Interface Systems’ interactive Security Operations Centers (iSOCs) provides customers a choice of add-on services.
Accu-Tech’s new facility is located at 7314 Race Road, Suite A, in Hanover, MD 21076. The facility is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
As part of the newly announced alliance between Peak Alarm and SS&Si Dealer Network, SS&Si will feature Peak Alarm’s logo on hardware from a range of manufacturers that include Qolsys, Alarm.com, and ProDataKey.
Snap One will carry a range of Alarm.com products, including cameras, video doorbells, sensors and more.
Interface Systems says the integration of i3 International into its interactive Security Operations Centers (iSOCs) provides a range of businesses a modern security platform that includes video surveillance and AI analytic options.
ZeroEyes states that through its SOC 2 Type 2 certification it can ensure its customers their data is fully protected.
ASSA ABLOY’s joining of The Forums industry group is designed to foster industry growth and to meet the challenges the building trades face today.