In the midst of these tumultuous times, you may (wisely) be wondering how to set yourself apart from competitors. Finding a niche — maybe one in healthcare, education or the commercial office space — might be the solution you’re looking for.
As appliances have added functionality to appeal to the enterprise market, they are moving farther afield from their roots as embedded, dedicated devices. Security integrators must stay on top of their evolution.
You use a toaster for crisping bread; you wouldn’t use it for blending drinks nor would you heat an entire oven to crisp the bread. Similar to how a kitchen appliance is used to perform a specific task, a security appliance is used for a specific job.
The need for quality, cost-effective video surveillance is growing with each passing day. More commercial customers, government facility managers and homeowners are looking for better ways to prevent crime while recording criminals when they’re not dissuaded by the presence of cameras.
2020 has been a big year for innovation in the security industry — and entry control is far from exempt. The COVID-19 pandemic has put an increased focus on the entrance, as many companies had to restrict entry to a select few considered to be essential, and others found themselves paying closer attention to who was entering their buildings.
Soupergirl is the brainchild of former stand-up comedian turned soup maker Sara Polon. After reading Michael Pollan’s book, “The Omnivore’s Dilemma,” Polon decided to get involved in the local food movement.
Let’s get personal here — 2020 has certainly been a challenging year. So many things are in turmoil; disruption and uncertainty abound in our personal and professional lives. Business projects plans, and the future, are up in the air. How can we cope and survive, maybe even grow and thrive?
It is not unusual for marketing to see shifts in strategies and their effectiveness according to consumer behaviors. Sometimes those changes are swift and can permanently alter many industries nationally, or even globally. This is one of those times.
Everyone has heard the old adage, “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” In an industry and a year marked by seemingly constant upheaval and change, it can feel like nothing is the same. But is that true?
Matrox Maevex 6152 quad 4K decoders and Maevex 6100 Series encoders now enable commercial and critical 24/7 environments to deliver, decode, and display up to four 4K streams of ultra-low-bitrate, 4:4:4 and 4:2:0 AV content over LAN, WAN, or internet — with as little as 50 ms of latency.