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Monitoring Matters

C.O.P.S.' Malice honored again

October 7, 2011Daniel Gelinas

C.O.P.S.' vice president special projects Maria Malice recently won the 2011 Arizona Alarm Company Person of the Year honor for an unprecedented fourth straight year. I've spoken with Maria before when she won the honor in 2009 and spotlighted her seemingly bottomless well of energy when it comes to working for the industry in her home state of Arizona. First of all, congrats to you Maria--again. I had a chance to chat with Maria via email about her fourth year being honored. Maria found out about...

AzAA, C.O.P.S., Maria Malice

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General News

ISC West features new partnerships and acquisitions

April 7, 2011SSN Staff, SDN Staff

LAS VEGAS—What was new on Day 1 of ISC West 2011? As usual, there were a number of partnership announcements and a couple of acquisitions; new this year was lots of talk about physical security information management systems. PSIM announcements abounded on the show floor. IPVideo Corporation announced its first endeavor into the PSIM space with the release of C3 Fusion. Steve Sleicher, chief operating officer with IP Video said that the company, which has a video management software platform,...

2GIG Technologies, ADT Security Services,, Alison Slavin, Aruba Networks, Bay Alarm Company, Beth Blake, C.O.P.S., C3 Fusion, CAA Industry Leadership Breakfast, Configurator, Don Maden, emPower, Gadi Pira, George Weinstock Award, Go! Control, Greg Murphy, Honeywell, Hoyos, IPVideo Corporation, ISC West, Jeremy Warren, JoAnna Sohovich, MSR4000, NICE Systems, Ocularis, OnSSI, Orsus, Pat Kiernan, Proximex, PSIM, Reed Exhibitions, Rontal Engineering Applications, Shane Clary, Speco Technologies, Stanley CSS, Steve Sleicher, TJ Dickson, Todd Santiago, Tony Byerly, Verint Systems

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AICC group to push for national licensing

March 24, 2011Daniel Gelinas

WASHINGTON—Following the New York state licensing debate over Article 6-E, the Alarm Industry Communications Committee—the membership committee that handles the security industry's lobbying in Congress and with the FCC—has formed a subcommittee to execute the push for a national license for central stations. The committee, which had its first meeting on March 3, has important work to do, according to industry leaders. “The subcommittee is tasked with developing language and...

ADT, AICC, Bill Cooper, C.O.P.S., Ed Bonifas, Jim McMullen, Lou Fiore, national licensing subcommittee

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C.O.P.S. deploys more mainframes for greater backup

December 16, 2010Daniel Gelinas

WILLIAMSTOWN, N.J.—Hot on the heels of the announcement that it would soon open its fourth 24/7 redundant central station, C.O.P.S. Monitoring has announced the launch of new automation system mainframes designed to increase disaster preparedness and recovery by adding more geographically disparate processing power for its automation platform.“We're sparing no expense when it comes to our ability to provide essential monitoring services,” said C.O.P.S. president and COO Jim McMullen,...

C.O.P.S., David Smith, SuperNAP

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