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SST begins southern expansion

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03/01/2004

NORRISTOWN, Pa. - Systems integrator SST is expanding its presence into the southeastern part of the country with its acquisition of Innovative Security Systems Inc.

Regional quest prompts move west

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03/01/2004

AKRON, Ohio - The Comm Group is going west, so to speak, as part of its effort to become a regional provider of integrated security, telecommunications, and structured cabling services.

Late last year the company opened an office here, its first location outside its hometown of Robinson Township, Pa.

SecureOne completes its metamorphosis

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03/01/2004

JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. - Three years ago officials at SecureOne Protection Services embarked on a mission to evolve from a traditional residential security company to become a systems integrator serving the Northeast Florida market.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
03/01/2004

Integrator, visitor management company partner

AVON, Mass. - Systems integrator Mac Systems has become an authorized EasyLobby dealer.

From one spin-off, two new companies emerge

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03/01/2004

TOLEDO, Ohio - Kim Klewer is returning to his roots in more ways than one.

Earlier this year, Klewer reclaimed the systems integration side of the business he sold to diversified media company Block Communications in 1998.

1st Digital takes a unique approach

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02/01/2004

KENNEBUNK, Maine—A new security company has begun making inroads in the digital surveillance market by partnering with systems integrators, IT experts and salespeople across the country.

But 1st Digital Surveillance is not your typical security company.

Integrator NAV is on a roll

The company gains a new headquarters and its first office in Washington state
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02/01/2004

BRICK, N.J.

A familiar name makes a return - National Guardian

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02/01/2004

NORWALK, Conn.— One of the more recognizable names in the security market has made a comeback.

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