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DICE rebrands as the ‘The New DICE’

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DICE rebrands as the ‘The New DICE’

October 14, 2020Paul Ragusa, Editor

BAY CITY, Mich.—Branded as “The New DICE,” the DICE Corporation’s new rebranding initiative reflects the company’s vision for the future of monitoring services that is powered by the latest technology, products and services available today. The New DICE is part of the company’s future roadmap kicking off a multi-million-dollar investment in IoT, artificial intelligence, machine learning, analytics, integrated audio and video and much more, according to DICE...

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DICE and Tristar help central station affected by storm

August 10, 2020SSN Staff

BAY CITY, Mich.—DICE Corporation and Tristar Monitoring stepped in to help a central station that was without power and battling flooding due to Tropical Storm Isaias.“We got a call from DICE asking if we were willing to assist,” said Tim LeBlanc, president and co-founder of Tristar Monitoring. “My immediate response was, ‘Absolutely.’”Tristar had been in the same position before, aiding a central station in Florida for two months, while the company returned to full operations....

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DICE Corp. hires Avi Lupo as new EVP

February 3, 2020SSN Staff

BAY CITY, Mich.—DICE Corporation recently announced the hiring of Executive Vice President Avi Lupo, who will play a leading role at the company, contributing to high-level organizational decisions, product development and new business opportunities.Luop will also be integral in establishing new sales and marketing expansion strategies for the company's growing cloud video recording technology, CloudEye.“We are very happy to have Avi on our team,” said DICE President and CEO Cliff...

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DICE Corp. wins ESX Innovation Award for new app

June 12, 2019SSN Staff

BAY CITY, Mich.—DICE Corporation won an Electronic Security Expo (ESX) Innovation Award in Indianapolis last week for its all-new Video Verification App, a completely mobile browser-based tool used in conjunction with DICE's CloudEye cloud video recording solution.“With over 75 percent of Americans now owning smartphones, consumers are more engaged and accessible than ever before,” DICE Corp. President and CEO Cliff Dice said in the announcement. “Advancements in new technology...

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DICE Corp. hosts 2019 Tech Security Summit in Nashville

May 7, 2019SSN Staff

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—The inaugural Tech Security Summit — a combination of DICE Corporation's annual DICE User Group Conference with a series of educational sessions and panel discussions — was held at the Sheraton Grand Nashville, April 29-May 2, providing a platform for leaders in security and alarm monitoring to meet and examine new technology and revenue growth opportunities in an evolving industry.DICE Corporation President and CEO Cliff Dice kicked off day one with a keynote presentation,...

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Judge upholds ruling in Dice v. Bold

April 10, 2013Rich Miller

BAY CITY, Mich.—A federal judge has denied Dice Corp.'s motion for reconsideration in its intellectual-property case against Bold Technologies, stating that Dice did not provide the court with any new information and faulting the company for “mischaracterization” of evidence.Dice, a Michigan-based provider of central station automation platforms, filed suit against Bold, a Colorado-based competitor, in August 2011. Dice alleged that Bold unlawfully accessed Dice's servers and stole...

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ASAP getting closer to reaching 'critical mass'

February 1, 2013Rich Miller

YARMOUTH, Maine—After big strides in 2012 that put an array of technical and logistical challenges behind it, the Automated Secure Alarm Protocol is getting closer to reaching “critical mass” nationwide, according to ASAP proponent Ed Bonifas.Bonifas, co-chairman of the Central Station Alarm Association's ASAP Program Committee, said implementation is getting easier for public safety answering points and alarm companies as the program evolves. Six PSAPs were participating by the...

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Dice appeals judge's ruling in case against Bold

December 12, 2012Rich Miller

BAY CITY, Mich.—Dice Corp. has asked a federal judge to reconsider the dismissal of a lawsuit that alleged Bold Technologies unlawfully accessed Dice's servers and stole its proprietary software, according to documents filed in U.S. District Court here.Dice, a Michigan-based provider of central station automation platforms, filed suit in August 2011. On Oct. 25, U.S. District Court Judge Thomas L. Ludington dismissed “with prejudice” the four trade and copyright claims in the suit,...

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DICE Users Group conference set for new venue

December 5, 2012SSN Staff

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.—DICE Corp.'s annual users group conference will be hosted by Engineered Protection Systems Inc. at its corporate office here, according to a company statement. EPS is the first client of Bay City, Mich.-based DICE to host the conference, which has previously been held at the company's headquarters. The arrangement allows DICE to showcase some of its products live at the host site. “We value the opportunity for group discussion on the important challenges we face in...

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Judge dismisses all claims in Dice v. Bold

October 31, 2012Rich Miller

BAY CITY, Mich.—A federal judge has dismissed all of Dice Corp.'s claims in its intellectual property lawsuit against Bold Technologies, stating that Dice's case was based on “conclusory assertions, not evidence.”Dice, a Michigan-based provider of central station automation platforms, filed suit against Bold in August 2011. Dice claimed that its Colorado-based competitor unlawfully accessed Dice's servers and stole its proprietary software. Bold denied the claims, calling the lawsuit...

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