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A security services employee was injured during a service call when he was attacked by a dog Saturday morning in Toledo. The ADT employee was servicing a home alarm when a loose pit bull attacked him, biting his right leg.
With the coronavirus keeping us all grounded for now, and with the future still not clear as to how long it will take us to get back to some type of normalcy, this month’s SSN News Poll looked to gauge readers' thoughts and feelings on the immediate and long-term future of in-person conferences.
Colorado Convention Center in Denver to be retained as a COVID-19 field hospital through the end of 2020, forcing cancellation of CEDIA Expo
Industry News Security services employee attacked by dog in Toledo ...5.26.20 - Toledo (WTVG) - A security ...
The guidelines are intended to remake office spaces and run from technical advice on HVAC systems, erecting physical barriers, promoting hygiene and more.
Industry accountant Mitch Reitman delivers PPP loan insights and clarifications for installing security and fire/life-safety businesses to consider.
Integrators must grapple with their business needs for insurance, human resources, tax, rent, loans and other vital areas to succeed post-COVID-19.
Now more than ever, custom integrators can find opportunities and familiarities in various light commercial markets such as corporate offices, bars/restaurants, retail shops, houses of worship and more.
CEPro - While the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has shifted the way businesses are run, it's very important for business leaders to take the time to practice good self-care.
We're currently engaged in the largest work-from-home experiment in history. It was thrust upon us, but I'm willing to wager the result will be positive.
The new solutions introduce the Healthy Buildings Score, IoT software that analyzes building sensor data to calculate how suitable a building is for reopening.