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In the wake of hurricane Ian, the FCC has issued a report showing widespread damage to media and communications outlets in Florida, with 6 TV stations, 6 AM radio stations and 15 FM stations being reported as out of service.
Supply chain disruptions caused by things such as severe weather, political unrest or emerging technologies can be handled in three ways, including adopting digital tools more quickly and expanding collaboration with partners and customers, according to a Gartner study.
How Integrators Can Strengthen the Security of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses
At a time when these business owners face more security challenges than ever before, it’s crucial that they invest the time and resources in finding a good security partner who can help them protect their businesses.
The Alarm.com Smart Thermostat HD has access to every sensor throughout a security system and takes cues from security panels, motion sensors located throughout a home, door and window sensors and more.
Security Directors Call for Action: What Integrators Need to Know About Campus Security Needs
From tight budgets to the pandemic to supply and manpower shortages, in recent years those responsible for their organization’s security and safety have been put through a gauntlet of challenges. Managers from three customer markets deliver keen insights in the latest Security Speaking podcast.
Schools’ external windows and doors would be numbered to help authorities when responding to emergencies such as active shootings, under a recommendation the Arkansas School Safety Commission adopted Tuesday.