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Written by SDM editors, SDM eNews delivers the latest breaking news, news analysis, marketing tips from Eclipse Marketing, and original coverage of industry trends twice monthly. Each issue contains an exclusive story about dealers’ strategies or operational best practices, targeted to drive innovation and promote growth. Other topics include standards and legislation, acquisitions, industry events, and more. Published on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month.
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Written by SDM editors, smartHOME eNewsletter covers the residential home technology market through a security lens, delivering breaking news, news analysis, expert advice, the latest technologies and trends, new products, training opportunities and coverage of industry news — all in a monthly publication for SDM’s dealers, integrators and installers selling to the home market. Published monthly on the third Thursday of each month.
Written by Security editors, Security’s enewsletter provides business solutions and industry trends for enterprise level security leaders. Breaking news, industry trends and technology tips helps security leaders to better align security with their organization’s goals, leverage technology and achieve measurable results.
Written by SDM editors with contributions from industry experts, Today’s Systems Integrator eNews delivers breaking news and industry trends, technology developments, and in-the-field success stories twice monthly. Complete with original reports and exclusive interviews in every issue, Today’s Systems Integrator eNews is a hub for exchange of ideas and strategies in the security systems integration business. Published on the first and third Tuesdays of the month.
Fire detection insiders are literally “fired up” over last year’s market performance and the potential going forward. While still heavily codedriven, there are signs of technology innovations and changes pointing to more integration and opportunity than ever before. Read more stories in May Issue 2017.