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  • Advances in monitoring technology changing the standards landscape
    7.18.18 – SSN – Yarmouth, ME – As technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace within security, monitoring companies and third party standards organizations such as UL are doing their best to understand what this means for central stations today, especially in regard to creating requirements that reflect the current state of innovation within the industry.
  • How Security Professionals Can Help Create Positive School Memories
    7.17.18 – Security – If we want today’s children to look back on their school days as more than just a time of “Run, Hide, Fight” training, lockdowns and lectures on the potential dangers of online behavior, school systems need to institute security measure that will create safer learning environments without making schools feel like prisons.
  • Thanks to Everett Police for response to false alarm
    7.21.18 – The Daily Herald – I usually garden with headphones on and was completely unaware that my home alarm had been triggered. Out of nowhere, I noticed an Everett Police officer at …
  • Residential Remodeling to Remain Robust Through Mid-Year 2019
    7.20.18 – SSI – Homeowners are expected to increase spending on improvements and repairs at a solid clip over the coming year, according to the Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity (LIRA) report.

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