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Home security business in Wichita enters a consent judgment with District Attorney’s Office

Home security business in Wichita enters a consent judgment with District Attorney’s Office

Security Systems, Inc., doing business as Safe Home Security, a national provider of home security systems headquartered in Middletown, Connecticut, has entered into a consent judgment with the Office of the District Attorney.
ADT Faces Class Action Lawsuit Related to Spying Technician

ADT Faces Class Action Lawsuit Related to Spying Technician

ADT fired the technician in question last year after the company learned that he added his personal email address to customers’ accounts during service visits.
Army looking at biometrics to replace plastic ID cards in wake of pandemic

Army looking at biometrics to replace plastic ID cards in wake of pandemic

Military plans to develop 'Pandemic Entry & Automated Control Environment' to replace the Common Access Card
4.12.21 NESA National Monitor

4.12.21 NESA National Monitor

News 4.9.21 - CEPro · Integrators Vent Biggest Frustrations with Manufacturers, ...

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Plumbing exec Thomas O’Connell has pleaded guilty to employment tax fraud

Plumbing exec Thomas O’Connell has pleaded guilty to employment tax fraud

Many business owners believe that they can file 941 Forms that underreport tax liability and pay in lower amounts than actual withholding. These schemes don’t end well as this business owner found out.
How Will AV Integrators and Manufacturers Handle WFH Policies for Their Employees?

How Will AV Integrators and Manufacturers Handle WFH Policies for Their Employees?

Many companies are becoming more accepting of employees who want to work from home now that the concept has proven successful.
DIY Danger: How Konnected Has Concocted False Claims About Its Alarm Panel Solution

DIY Danger: How Konnected Has Concocted False Claims About Its Alarm Panel Solution

Konnected says its alarm panel can turn any wired alarm system into a smart alarm. However, an independent forensic analysis shows it disregards security and life-safety standards and represents
Majority Of Workers Lack Even Basic Cybersecurity Hygiene, Survey Says

Majority Of Workers Lack Even Basic Cybersecurity Hygiene, Survey Says

A survey of 1,200 U.S. employees, ,,,l finds that employees are most knowledgeable in laptop security, while they are unaware of how to secure sensitive data and recognize harmful files.
Prickly Customer Issues in House of Worship A/V Technology Market

Prickly Customer Issues in House of Worship A/V Technology Market

Houses of worship have tricky acoustics, audio challenges and budget-conscious customers. It all adds up to sales issues for A/V integrators
Integrators Vent Biggest Frustrations with Manufacturers, Distributors

Integrators Vent Biggest Frustrations with Manufacturers, Distributors

Supplier frustration includes out-of-stock merchandise, shipping policies, inaccurate online ordering portals, poor customer service and more

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The COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan in Oklahoma

Oklahomans will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine as products from Pfizer, ... All adults age 16 and over ... Vaccine supplies are limited everywhere and available only to those now eligible under each state's phased plan.