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Construction underway for Monitronics new campus

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05/20/2014

FARMERS BRANCH, Texas—Construction of Monitronics’ new campus, here, is scheduled to begin May 16, according to a report from the Dallas Business Journal. The campus will become home to 1,000 corporate employees, the report noted.

Alarm Relay introduces interactive mobile features

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05/07/2014

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Guardian brings in former central station leader at AT&T

Jason Bradley says ASAP to PSAP is 'high on the deployment list'
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04/28/2014

WARRENDALE, Pa.—Jason Bradley, the newly hired director of central station operations at Guardian Protection Services, was drawn to the company in part because of the management team’s vision of the central station as a centerpiece of its message to customers and dealers.

Startup’s mPERS device has siren, camera, pepper spray

Pangaea, developer of the Defender, is crowdfunding, hopes to emulate success of Canary
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04/23/2014

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif.—A developer of Internet-enabled life safety products is teaming up with a central station software provider to bring what it’s calling “everywhere security” to alarm monitoring.

NMC opens new central station

California facility boasts enhanced infrastructure and redundancies, new education center
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04/09/2014

LAKE FOREST, Calif.—National Monitoring Center’s new 25,000-square-foot hot-redundant central station, located here, features upgrades in hardware, infrastructure, telecommunications and redundancies, Woodie Andrawos, executive vice president of NMC, told Security Systems News.

DirectView to open Colorado office

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04/08/2014

NEW YORK—DirectView Security, a subsidiary of DirectView Holdings, based here, recently announced that it plans to open a Colorado office to support the expansion of its cannabis industry security and surveillance business, according to a news release.

NMC opens new central station

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03/31/2014

LAKE FOREST, Calif.—National Monitoring Center has announced the opening of a new 25,000-square-foot facility here, according to a news release.

Speck named president of Bold Technologies

R&D, new technology partnerships on Speck’s to-do list; company to launch two versions of PBX enterprise product at ISC West
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03/31/2014

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.—Bold Technologies, a provider of central station automation software, has promoted Chuck Speck, formerly the VP of the company, to be its new president.

Monitronics to relocate

Monitoring giant will consolidate operations at new campus
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03/26/2014

DALLAS—Monitronics International, a third-party central station based here, will relocate to a new three-story, 165,000-square-foot corporate campus in the middle of 2015, Bruce Mungiguerra, vice president of operations at Monitronics, told Security Systems News.

Security Central promotes new managing director

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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Brett Springall, formerly the IT director at Security Central, and one of the key architects of the company’s soon-to-launch total solution, has been named the managing director of the Lake Norman Security Patrol, of which Security Central is one of three divisions. Springall’s promotion marks the first time in the company’s 50-year history that day-to-day management will fall under the responsibility of someone who’s not a member of the Brown family, according to a statement from the company.

Ellen Brown Meihaus and Courtney Brown, the company’s CEO and COO, tend to promote people strategically from within the company, according to the statement. The two will continue to be highly visible at the company, though the release noted that they considered now “the right time” to begin shifting control over to a new managing director.

The Brown family figures to remain pivotal in terms of shaping the company’s direction—not only through the continued involvement of Meihaus and Brown, but also through the leadership of Caroline Brown, a third-generation family member who currently serves as the company's business development manager. Springall and Caroline Brown, the release noted, are the “future of Security Central.”

According to the release, Springall will wear “dual hats” for a short time during the transition, as the company, under the guidance of Meihaus and Brown, seeks a replacement IT director.

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