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Digital transformation fueling spending on cloud, AI, robotics, security and SaaS

General News

Digital transformation fueling spending on cloud, AI, robotics, security and SaaS

July 7, 2021SSN Staff

NEEDHAM, Mass.—All aspects of how people and organizations work is evolving, enabled by technologies such as cloud and mobile computing, and accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. A new forecast from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Future of Work (FoW) Spending Guide estimates FoW spending will be nearly $656 billion this year, an increase of 17.4 percent over 2020. The new Future of Work mindset is a fundamental shift in the work model to one that fosters human-machine...

AI, Cloud, IDC, robotics, software as a service (SaaS)


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Commercial

Allied Universal rolls out distance screening solutions

July 1, 2020SSN Staff

SANTA ANA, Calif.—Allied Universal announced the availability of distance screening solutions as companies continue to launch their ‘return to workplace' initiatives."With new and evolving COVID-19 guidelines, organizations in every industry are trying to determine how best to minimize risks and move forward," Jim Geyer, vice president of sales, Allied Universal Technology Services. "With the right protocols, trained security personnel and technology solutions, organizations will be able...

Allied Universal, Coronavirus, COVID-19, distance screening solutions, robotics, thermal, thermal screening


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General News

Five Questions with Identiv’s CEO Steven Humphreys

June 10, 2020Paul Ragusa, Editor

FREMONT, Calif.—Security Systems News caught up with Identiv’s CEO, Steven Humphreys, who talks about going from an orphan to CEO, and how his passions for education and robotics help him stay at the forefront of the industry. ARE YOU MARRIED? ANY KIDS? Yes, I am married and have two kids. One is working (yay!) and one is in college.DO YOU HAVE ANY PETS? I have two dogs, two cats and one snake. I know it sounds like a lot, but at least the parakeets, chickens, ducks, lizard, koi and turkeys...

analytics, Cloud, Data Analytics, education, Identiv, mobile, RFID, robotics, Steve Humphreys


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On The Editor's Desk

Will drones take off within security?

August 7, 2019Paul Ragusa, Editor

The role of robotics within security continues to increase, as the technology can act as a force multiplier, expand the scope and effectiveness of security around and within a perimeter, including everything from small to expansive areas. Drones, for example, have come a long way in just a couple of years, and are starting to be used in commercial and industrial senarios, as well as in and around home. With drone technology advancing at a fast rate, FAA regulations loosening, and more accessible...

Drones, FlytBase, robotics


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Monitoring Matters

Look for SIA's 'Top 8' technology advancements on the ISC West showroom floor

March 27, 2019Ginger Hill, Managing Editor

Times are exciting and abuzz here at Security Systems News, with thoughts of ISC West and preparation taking place for booth visits, video interviews, happy hours and dinners, and connecting/reconnecting with industry professionals to learn about new trends and offerings available for security. Personally, I enjoy talking about industry trends, new technologies and where people predict the industry to be heading in the future. It's quite fascinating when you stop to think about just 10 years ago...

5G, 5G LTE, AI, artificial intelligence, autonomous systems, Cloud, facial biometrics, ISC West, Mobile Credentials, robotics


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