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.
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.
Dealer programs are offered by manufacturers, financial firms, monitoring centers and other dealers. Some buy and sell accounts, while others focus on back-end support, marketing and sales support, financial assistance, training help, or product volume commitments. Some require you to sign a contract, while others don’t. What is in or not in that contract matters, of course, but there are some greater considerations that industry experts suggest dealers look into before ever signing on the dotted line.
Yale Locks & Hardware has partnered with Habitat for Humanity on a 90-day program to donate 10 percent of purchases on its shopping site www.yale2you.com to help Habitat create affordable housing, while also offering homeowners a 10 percent discount on purchases.
A shout out to Clinton Electronics, headquartered in Loves Park, Ill., for multi-tasking. The company both a) solved a common CCTV nuisance (spiders) and b) made us smile with its video announcing a solution.
It’s an old axiom, but it holds up well. Money follows the security industry because the security industry delivers results. And while many things haven’t changed about how security dealers get financing, a few new trends are starting to emerge. Read more stories in June Issue 2017.