DALLAS—Nearly 10 percent of the nation’s homeowners with broadband at home—about 5 million households—considered purchasing a home security system over the past year but didn’t acquire one, according to a new report from Parks Associates, a market research firm based here.
OREM, Utah—Vision Security, a summer-sales home security/home automation company here, is suing Ripoff Report, charging that the website is refusing to remove false and defamatory statements about Vision even after the author of the posting has since stated they aren’t true.
DALLAS—When AT&T this spring launched Digital Life, its home security/home automation product, the company set a goal of being in 50 markets by the end of this year. But by the end of this week, AT&T will have surpassed that goal and says it plans to continue expanding to even more markets this year and next.
For the fifth consecutive year, SSN is profiling women who are making their mark in the traditionally male-dominated world of security. Betsy Francis, area VP of sales and marketing for AT&T’s Digital Life, is one of seven women featured.
PROVO, Utah—Vivint today announced the appointment of Mark Davies, former EVP at Alcoa, as the company's new chief financial officer. As CFO, Davies will lead Vivint's financial teams, streamline processes and draw on his extensive experience with financial strategy to create business plans for Vivint's investments, funding sources and financial transactions, according to a news release.
ROCHESTER, Minn.—Now in its 45th year, Custom Alarm, based here, is finding residential security to be one of the fastest growing aspects of its business, said Nikki Johnson, the company’s vice president and director of marketing.
Some companies this year have discussed the benefit of moving from operating their own central stations to partnering with a third party monitoring center, including RFI Communications, Red Hawk Fire & Security and Comtronics. Will more companies switch to using wholesale centrals?