Kennesaw, Ga.-based security dealer LOUD Security Systems Inc. is somewhat unique in that it has grown large enough to be on the SDM 100 (ranked No. 92) without having its own central station. The company prefers to outsource that capability.
French anti-terror police have requested the video footage from the July 14 terror attacks in Nice, France, be deleted to avoid “uncontrolled dissemination,” but Nice officials argue the footage must be kept as evidence, according to an article by BBC.
If a security integrator from 15 years ago suddenly found themselves transported to TEC 2016, presented by PSA Security Network from May 9-12 in Westminster, Colo., they would note a whole lot of changes.
The SDM editors attended ISC West April 5-8 in Las Vegas. Because ISC West is so big that no two people will have the same experience, the editors each shared in a blog impressions and trends they observed at the show.
HID Global is watching five key developing trends in the new year, highlighted by growing market demand for a mobile-centric and more satisfying user experience that the company believes will be the primary driver for security technology innovation in 2016.
As we do more with our phones and increasingly demand anywhere/anytime online access, there is the opportunity to better protect these activities while creating a more satisfying, mobile-centric security experience at home, in the office, on the road and online.
Vision & Purpose with 2020 just three short years away, security integrators such as Comtronics' John Campau are forming ambitious plans based on emergent opportunities. More Details in SDM's 2017 Industry Forecast Study projects strong growth this year.