Digital Shuffle: September 2014
Find out the latest technology in the security industry.
The Electronic Security Association (ESA) has updated its ESA National Training School (NTS) homepage that makes it easy to find and access the most up-to-date forms and information for all of the services NTS provides. This website is designed to help ESA assist all interested parties as efficiently as possible. To enroll or learn about the ESA National Training School, visit www.esaweb.org/?page=NTShome.
Idesco Corporation announced the launch of its new and improved corporate website that showcases key information on Idesco’s security solutions, including access control, video surveillance, ID badging, turnstiles, managed services, biometrics, and visitor management, among other items. The site also gives visibility to Idesco’s core divisions, including Idesco ID, and Idesco Safety. A new press room with current press releases, articles, and events has been designed and the section features case studies to give potential clients thorough examples of successful security systems installations. For information, visit www.idesco.com.
The Electronic Security Association (ESA) re-launched its sister website, www.AIREF.org, home to the Alarm Industry Research & Educational Foundation (AIREF), the research arm of the security industry. New components include an interactive timeline that gives visitors a quick look at the initiatives accomplished by AIREF throughout the years and a click-through feature where users can get in-depth reports, executive summaries, press releases and security industry-related articles.
Mission 500 is happy to announce its presence on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. The organization invites readers to connect with the organization and stay updated on industry-related philanthropy and events. Join Mission 500’s network and help it make a difference in the lives of children. For information, visit www.mission500.org, or check it out on Twitter #SECURITYFORCHILDREN, or on Facebook.
After the successful launch of the Samsung Techwin Eco Partner Program (STEP) at ISC West 2014, Samsung Techwin is globally launching a new partner website to help enrolled partners reap the full benefits of the program. The partner website provides STEP members with access to the most recent Samsung price lists, data sheets, demo videos, catalogs and other marketing materials. It also provides access to Samsung’s comprehensive training programs and assets including the Samsung IP Institute (SIPI), webinars, road shows and how-to videos. In addition, STEP Partners will also be able to submit project registration requests directly from the STEP website.
SDM magazine has launched the “SDM magazine” app for iOS and Android-based phones and tablets, so users can have instant access to content. With this app (get it on Google Play or download it at the Apple App Store) users can read articles, view photo galleries, watch videos and get all the breaking news they need to know as it happens. Users also can access major reports such as the SDM 100, Top Systems Integrators Report, Dealer of the Year and Integrator of the Year; as well as exclusive SDM research. For information,
ADI announced it launched a new mobile website to help dealers easily access the products they need for complete installations. The mobile version of the website allows dealers to shop and order from ADI anytime from their smartphone or mobile device. The ADI mobile website delivers the same user experience as the desktop version, and makes it easy for dealers to shop more than 100,000 products and 1,000 brands while on the go. The mobile site also provides instant access to ADI’s Sales Center, Clearance Zone and Online Specials so dealers can easily explore all the ways to save at ADI. To reach the new ADI mobile site, visit adiglobal.com/us on your mobile device.
The System Sensor Doc Center App, available for iPad® and iPhone®, provides easy access to all System Sensor literature from anywhere. Users can view brochures, case studies, data sheets, FAQs, installation manuals, and more, directly from their mobile devices. The app automatically updates when new literature is available, providing the most up-to-date product and technical information at all times. It’s fully searchable, making it quicker to find specific documents. It also reduces paper waste associated with printed materials and allows users to bundle all of the most important information on one device. This app downloads all files to your device locally, so please ensure you have enough storage before downloading. Currently, it’s only available for iOS devices.