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HDCCTV Alliance formed

'The megapixel IP camera is fundamentally inferior'

SYDNEY, Australia--The term alone may be a new one for video surveillance installers, allowed Todd Rockoff, but the concepts and technology ought to be very familiar. Thus, the challenges for the HDCCTV Alliance executive chairman are twofold: First, get people to understand what HDCCTV is; second, get people to see why it’s better than what they’re already installing.

New false alarm ordinance in Anne Arundel County, Md.

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ANNAPOLIS, Md.--A June 19 story from HometownAnnapolis.

Brivo announces Szczygiel as EVP biz dev

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BETHESDA, Md.—Brivo Systems LLC, a provider of Web applications for access control and security systems, on June 17 announced the appointment of John Szczygiel as executive vice president, business development.

Monitronics appointments Guldbeck as West Coast regional sales manager

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DALLAS—Monitronics on June 16 announced the appointment of lifetime security sales professional Glen Guldbeck as its West Coast regional sales manager. Guldbeck, who has focused on security-alarm sales for more than two decades, will be based in California, and his region will cover Arizona and Nevada.

Kennebunkport approves changes to false fire alarm ordinance

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KENNEBUNKPORT,, a division of Seacoast Newspapers, reported voters in Kennebunkport approved changes to the town’s false fire alarm ordinance on June 9.

Flowery Branch City Council gives first approval to new alarm law

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FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga.--According to a June 4 story at gainsvilletimes.

Payson, Ariz. adopts new false alarm ordinance

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PAYSON, Ariz.--The Payson Roundup online reported on June 2 that the city of Payson had recently adopted a new false alarm ordinance.



SSN News Poll July 2020

With the coronavirus keeping us all grounded for now, and with the future still not clear as to how long it will take us all to get back to some type of normalcy, this month’s News Poll looks to gauge readers thoughts and feelings on the immediate and long-term future of in-person conferences.