LAS VEGAS—A talkative crowd had gathered and a long line formed outside of a Venetian ballroom well before the doors opened for Denis Hébert’s annual HID Global Strategy Briefing and luncheon on April 11.
ANDOVER, Mass.—Minuteman Security Technologies has updated the way it deals with the final documentation required in the specifications for bid jobs, going digital with a process that has been time-consuming, costly and involves a lot of paper.
CHELMSFORD, Mass.—Citing the opportunities in the financial and government sectors, network camera provider Axis Communications is beefing up its business development team and has created new positions to oversee those sectors.
COPENHAGEN—With an eye toward taking advantage of consumers moving from analog to IP-based systems, open-platform VMS provider Milestone has announced a new embedded video surveillance platform for its hardware partners that is specially designed to make the installations of IP-based video surveillance systems easy and inexpensive.
AUSTIN, Texas—Pivot3, a $31 million provider of storage appliances for video surveillance and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), plans to increase the percentage of its revenues that it derives from services to north of 25 percent, CEO Rich Bravman told Security Systems News.
LEHI, Utah—With the goal of being “vertically integrated” and “in control of all components” of its offerings, security and home automation provider Vivint announced that it has opened the Vivint Innovation Center here.
BETHESDA, Md.—Capital One announced Feb. 12 that it closed two new transactions—one with Envysion, a managed-video-surveillance-as-a-service provider based in Louisville, Colo., and a separate $20 million deal with full-service security company Vyanet Security of Bend, Ore.