EL SEGUNDO, Calif.—SMS may have had its day as the preferred delivery method of mass notification.
IRVING, Texas—With chatter from a number of competitors making it difficult for customers to focus, selling is getting harder.
WASHINGTON—Georgetown University was forced to take one of its automatic fire alarm systems offline Oct. 11 after a series of false alarms.
WASHINGTON—President Obama is expected to nominate Jeh Johnson to serve as the next Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, administration officials said Oct. 17.
BAYSHORE, N.Y.—Nearly 2 million people pass through Long Island MacArthur Airport each year.
YORK, Pa.—Older is better, in some cases.
ATLANTA—Super-regional Ackerman Security’s “Caught Stealing” program raised $3,400 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Georgia Chapter, this year, the company announced Oct. 11.
BOCA RATON, Fla.—Michael Geltzeiler will join ADT as the company’s new chief financial officer, ADT announced this week.
CHICAGO—Mavin Technologies, a provider of physical access control solutions, debuted at the recent ASIS conference, showcasing prewired kits of field panel enclosures and introducing managing director Jeff Ross, the company announced.
PAOLO ALTO, Calif.—Nest Protect, the smoke and carbon monoxide detector released Oct. 8 by Nest Labs, offers safety without annoyance, the company says.
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