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How to Enhance Value Proposition and RMR Potential With Managed Service Providers

Puzzled by the networking know-how needed to deliver a ‘complete’ security solution these days? MSPs may fill your missing cyber piece. by Erin Harrington Cybersecurity and all the challenges that come with it, looms large over the physical electronic security industry. A different kind of expertise is now needed from security integrators, notes Bill Bozeman, […]

The Integrator’s Role in Active Shooter Protection

by Paul Rothman It was a normal day at Ft. Lauderdale’s Hollywood International Airport until the shots rang out. Pandemonium ensued. A man was firing a Walther PPS 9mm semi-automatic pistol at travelers in the baggage claim area. The terror lasted a little more than a minute, and then it was over. The shooter was […]

Getting the Most out of Services

Just about all security dealers now offer interactive services. Are you doing everything you could be to maximize their value for your customers and your business? by Joan Engebretson The security business hasn’t been the same since interactive services came along. Many customers find great value in being able to interact with their systems using […]

How to Succeed in the Top 5 Access Control Verticals

Security integrators and manufacturers talk about the similarities — and differences — in designing, implementing and servicing access control solutions in five key vertical market sectors. by Karen Hodgson, Senior Editor SDM Magazine According to the SDM Top Systems Integrators Report, published in July 2016, the top three vertical market sectors are corporate, education/campus and […]

Mass Transit Magazine: ‘Security in a Mass Transit Setting’

by David Sime and Hyong Cho on November 23, 2016 As anyone who has ever flown on a commercial airline since 2001 knows, security measures at airports are well enforced and the emphasis on traveler safety is all around the airport and its grounds. Mass transportation, meanwhile, presents a special but not any less significant […]

Security-Net Partners with Sales Training Firm

Exton, Pa. – November 16, 2016– Security-Net,Inc., a global provider of security system services to customers both locally and nationally, has announced a strategic partnership with Vector Firm to develop an enhanced sales training program for its team. Founded by Chris Peterson, Vector Firm is a consulting company that has specialized in developing training programs […]

Hanwha Techwin America adds Security-Net to dealer network

Ridgefield Park, NJ (October 13, 2016) – Hanwha Techwin America announced a new partnership with Security-Net Inc., a leading provider of integrated physical security solutions. The agreement will allow Security-Net’s 22 affiliated partners to source the full line of Hanwha Techwin’s award-winning lineup of cameras, recording and storage solutions, network systems, lenses, monitors and other […]

ASIS 2016 in the Final Analysis

by Rodney Bosch While many exhibitors lamented about sporadic foot traffic, the 2016 event showcased current technology trends and served as a platform to unveil new branding for some companies. How to define the 62nd Annual ASIS Seminar & Exhibits? That would depend on your perspective. If you were among those who wended through the […]

Security Info Watch: From Giving Away to Giving Back

by Joel Griffin As part of a new annual tradition at ASIS, Security-Net has decided to take the funds they once used on booth giveaways and instead make a contribution to a charity in the host city of the conference. This year’s recipient, Operation Freedom Paws, trains veterans to train their own dogs and certify […]