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From one spin-off, two new companies emerge


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


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


A familiar name makes a return - National Guardian


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


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NSCA offers integrator courses

LAS VEGAS—Thanks to a recent partnership with the PSA Security Network, systems integrators can take advantage of a new Security / Life Safety product pavilion and educational track at the 2004 NSCA Systems Integration Expo March 19-21.

The Security / Life Safety pavilion is expected to cover more than 15,000 square feet of the Las Vegas Convention Center and will showcase more than 80 of the most recognizable names in the security product market.

Software firm aims to bridge gap

Security One spinoff offers SI’s database management tool

e management tool

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.—Two years after developing software in-house to manage its business from a single database, systems integrator Security One Systems has spun its software out into its own company to offer the service to other security firms.

Another firm scooped up

Long-time company bought by Ultraguard

BOSTON - Traditional security company Ultraguard Protective Systems has bought one of the city’s oldest U.L.

SecurityNet times two


SAN JOSE, Calif. - SecurityNet, an organization of 16 independent systems integrators, spent a year searching for a way to expand its service to national customers beyond the 51 cities it collectively serves.



SSN News Poll September 2014

Some new door-knocking scams recently prompted the Electronic Security Association to update its code of ethics to specifically ban them. Also, ADT this summer is offering up to $25,000 to whistleblowers who expose security companies that train sales teams to use deceptive selling techniques. What do you think are the best ways to combat door-to-door sales scams?

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