System Design: Estimating & Legal

Khairallah, Michael
September 2006
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Sep2006, Vol. 43 Issue 9, p106
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the costs and legal issues on security system designing. The author provided a recommended breakdown of the labor cost line items. Likewise, the final hook-up of all devices is an estimated of hours for a technician from a local vendor at the expected rate. Moreover, a recommendation for security systems can have broad implications for the security professional the company, where the security professional must present the assessment to the management team.


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