PROVO, Utah—Vivint today announced it raised $1.5 million through its 2012 Vivint Gives Back “Year of Service” Initiative, according to a company statement. The money was generated solely through employee contributions and Vivint corporate matches.
SANDY SPRINGS, Ga.—This suburb north of Atlanta is about to join the growing group of Georgia cities fining alarm system owners for excessive false alarms that result in police or fire dispatch, according to 11 Alive, an Atlanta-based NBC affiliate.
NAPERVILLE, Ill.—A new report prepared by market analysts at TechNavio says the global Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 30.34 percent over the period 2011-2015.
BATON ROUGE, La.—An insurer that paid out in excess of $2 million following a restaurant fire caused by arson last year is suing the businesses that installed the restaurant’s alarm system and phone line to the system, according to an article from The Advocate, a newspap
SMITHSON VALLEY, Texas—The Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative is partnering with Honeywell to launch the co-op’s next generation of security services for residential and business customers, The Gonzales Cannon reported Dec. 20.
BOCA RATON, Fla.—ADT recently announced the appointment of Keith Meister, the founder and managing partner of Corvex Management LP, to the company’s board of directors, according to a company statement.
AUSTIN, Texas—Protect America, Inc., a wireless home security company based here, announced they’re giving away 300 mini keypads to the first 300 customers that order a home security system, according to a company statement.
ALLENTOWN, Pa.—The school board here insisted during a recent meeting that elementary schools previously not supplied with security guards have access to one, in light of the recent school shooting in Newtown, Conn., according to a new article from wfmz.com.