Integrators' TALL ORDER

Bozeman, Bill
May 2006
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;May2006, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p61
Trade Publication
The article discusses the challenges facing security system integrators as they face a whole new world with tremendous opportunities. Integrators are finding it more difficult to have the skills and expertise needed to meet the requirements as the technologies such as access control, video surveillance, intelligent video and fire alarms are converging into a single platform. Between new technologies, new opportunities and installation standards, which are being developed by governments and insurance companies, investors, view the security industry as mature and solid. INSET: 2006 PSA-TEC.


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