The Presidential Inauguration is taking place at the time of this writing and two things at first stand out to me as I begin to watch the coverage: First, how time-honored traditions — such as the swearing in of the president-elect, the benedictions, and the playing of the military bands — play such an important role in our society in times of transition.
On 12/12/12, I had minor knee surgery and I can recall thinking how fascinating it was to have a significant event happen to me on a day marked by triplet twelves. One doesn’t need to be a numerology hobbyist to appreciate a distinctive date on the calendar.
There is a list for almost everything, anyplace in the world — and Canada is no exception. If you want to know about the best jobs Canada has to offer, you may turn to Canadian Business’ report, “Canada’s Best Jobs 2016: The Top 25 Jobs In Canada.”
This past July a man entered the emergency room at Parrish Medical Center in Titusville, Fla., proceeded to the third floor of the hospital, and shot and killed an 88-year-old patient and a 36-year-old hospital employee, apparently in a random act of violence.
It takes guts for traditional security integrators to face the fact that they must become cyber experts. But without question they need a goal, or they will risk falling short of winning their clients’ business.
Multiple forces for change are at work, but in a historically slow-moving market, what will break through first? In this access control-themed issue, check out the many articles that can help you keep tabs on trends in access control technology and business models. Check out more in 2017 April's Issue.