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Necessity and invention

ASAP begins manufacturing mobile security system for construction vertical
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07/01/2007

HOUSTON--ASAP Security Services, a security systems integrator based here, has begun devoting considerable resources to the manufacture of the Cam-V Mobile Security System, veering from its traditional installation business to serve a need the company saw as part of its work with construction firms. The self-contained system contains a DVR, PTZ cameras atop a 23-foot pole that are remotely accessible via Sprint's cellular broadband network, and batteries that keep the system running for 30 days before a backup generator kicks in to recharge them.

Rise of the franchise?

MonitorClosely.com now has 53 offices doing IP surveillance in North America
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07/01/2007

CINCINNATI, Ohio--In a model relatively new to the security industry, MonitorClosely.com has established a franchise network, totaling 53 franchisees by May of 2007, that provides IP-based video surveillance services for small businesses.

NECS secures New London

SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2007

WINDSOR, Conn.--New England Communications Systems has completed an installation in New London, Conn.

Bullzi's Creative Forecast

Converged integrator adds graphics capabilities for educational offerings
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06/01/2007

LAKE MARY, Fla.--Bullzi Security, the "converged" security integrator formerly known as 21st Century Corp.

Convergint signs on with Imprivata

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06/01/2007

SCHAUMBURG, Ill.--In mid-April, Imprivata began rolling out its trainers to the 18 U.

Universal Protection arrives in Denver

Guard/integration firm will bring systems unit next year
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06/01/2007

DENVER--Universal Protection Service, a $170 million company doing roughly 93 percent of its revenues in guarding and the rest in systems integration, has opened its fourth state operation here, adding to offices in California, Washington and Arizona. Based in Santa Ana, Calif.

Trans-Alarm grows from Twin Cities base

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06/01/2007

BURNSVILLE, Minn.--With positive results rolling in from its first acquisition in late 2006, Trans-Alarm, a primarily commercial integrator based here and serving the Twin Cities market, is looking to keep growing.

NSCA ed foundation offers scholarships

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SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2007

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa--The NSCA Education Foundation is awarding five $1,000 scholarships to students entering the commercial electronic systems industry. "The future of the commercial electronic systems industry relies upon the next generation of individuals entering the marketplace," said Melissa Henderson, NSCA Education Foundation managing director, in a supplied release.

Paragon approved for NATO bidding

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06/01/2007

ATLANTA--Paragon Systems, a subsidiary of Tri-S Security providing guard services and electronic security, announced in April it had been approved by the U.S.

SAFETY Act hits guard market

Designation offers protection to subcontracted integrators, too
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06/01/2007

PHILADELPHIA--Day & Zimmerman, a $1.9 billion worldwide company with extensive business in security guarding, has become one of the first guard services organizations to receive SAFETY Act designation from the federal government.

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Poll

SSN News Poll February 2017

The Cloud+ conference, held in Austin, Texas, at the end of November, addressed key issues—such as concerns with cloud technologies and the cloud’s future in physical security. The cloud's place in security has been an ongoing conversation. How are you approaching the cloud?