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Dallas resumes response

Mayor says high number of false alarms still an issue
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11/01/2007

DALLAS--Effective Oct. 1, the Dallas police department once again began responding to commercial burglar alarms.

Monitronics, GE Security partner with iControl

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11/01/2007

PALO ALTO, Calif.--IControl Networks, a provider of Web-based home monitoring and control solutions, announced on Sept.

Sonitrol and Cernium evaluate analytic partnership

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11/01/2007

BERWYN, Penn.--Sonitrol, a provider of verified electronic security solutions, on Sept.

Delaware joins the party

Fifth to pass statewide false-alarm policy
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11/01/2007

DELAWARE--The state of Delaware passed a law in August, with a possible effective date of Jan. 1, 2008, that requires all alarm companies to implement a two-call verification policy and register alarm customers in an effort to reduce false-alarm dispatches.

Legal battle continues between IASG and KMG

KMG, now Legacy Security Services, files countersuit
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11/01/2007

GREENVILLE, S.C.

OzVision appoints new chairman

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11/01/2007

WOBURN, Mass. and NEGEV, Israel--OzVision, a developer of video technology for security monitoring companies, has appointed Avi Fried, based in Israel, as chairman of its board of directors.

Micro Key goes green

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2007

KISSIMMEE, Fla.--Micro Key Software, a software provider to the alarm industry, announced on Sept.

Remote guarding alliance announced

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11/01/2007

LAS VEGAS--In an effort to move forward the nascent remote-guarding market, a collection of eight companies has announced a business alliance. Headed by analytics manufacturer VideoIQ, the group will offer a complete solution for using analytics-enabled cameras that serve as "digital guards" to watch over large or multiple locations.

I-Alarm enters self-monitored market

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2007

LEXINGTON, N.C.

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