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ESX 2016: Keynotes look to question the status quo

April 20, 2016Paul Ragusa, Editor

Keynote speakers for ESX 2016, June 8-10 at the Fort Worth Convention Center in Fort Worth, Texas, were announced and include author Nicholas Webb, Provident Security founder and CEO Michael Jagger, and ITR Economics president Dr. Alan Beaulieu. Security Systems News editors caught up with each keynote speaker to get a glimpse of what to expect at the show this year. NICHOLAS WEBBAt the Opening Keynote Luncheon, world-renowned business futurist and innovation thought leader Nicholas Webb, author...

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Monitoring Matters

ESX 2016 sessions look at key topics for central stations

March 9, 2016Spencer Ives

ESX recently announced its educational tracks for its 2016 show; Run Your Company, Grow Your Business, Maximize Your Central Station, and Rethink the Future. At the end of 2015, I wrote about the biggest trends of the year for monitoring, and I see quite a few of those topics coming up in the Maximize Your Central Station track at this year's ESX. ASAP to PSAP had a big year last year, with the announced involvement of big names like ADT, Vivint and Stanley. On June 9, ESX has a session on the program,...

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Also Noted

ESX announces educational tracks for 2016 show

February 18, 2016SSN Staff

FORT WORTH, Texas—The Electronic Security Expo announced its educational program in mid-February for the 2016 show, to be held here at the Fort Worth Convention Center, June 8-10. “We have put together a compelling conference program in four educational tracks designed to give security and life safety professionals the ability to effectively enhance their industry knowledge and hone their business skills. We're covering it all: trends, technology, threats, and opportunities,” ESX...

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