AUSTIN, Texas—Eagle Eye Networks in September announced the addition of a new data center, located here. This is Eagle Eye’s second data center in the United States; the first is located in Santa Clara, Calif. Eagle Eye Networks has plans to add data centers worldwide to meet expanding demand for the Eagle Eye Cloud Security Camera VMS.
SAN RAMON, Calif.—Randy Perkins has been named EVP and COO at SAFE Security. Also, Jess Alvarado has been appointed CFO for the company, which acquires and provides customer account management services for monitoring contracts.
ALEXANDRIA, Va., and SILVER SPRING, Md.—ASIS International and the Security Industry Association have launched my Global Portal for Security (myGPS), a learning platform for security industry professionals, according to a joint news release from the organizations.
LANCASTER, Pa.—Security Partners and WAVE Electronics recently introduced the 4-Star Program, a collaborative rebate program between the two companies that gives security dealers a profit advantage for products purchased from WAVE Electronics with monitoring services fro
NEUHAUSEN, Switzerland—Tyco on Sept. 22 announced that it is building on its Internet of Things (IoT) capabilities, combining proven technology and innovations with the expertise of its Installation and Services groups and the more than one billion fire, security and retail sensors and devices the company has installed around the world. These capabilities will enable Tyco to offer new intelligent services for customers ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses and households.