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SIA releases ANSI-approved false alarm reduction standard
The Security Industry Association (SIA) on Monday announced that it has released a new standard aimed at reducing false alarms. Approved by the American ...
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Eight Best Practices to Selling in Today’s Environment
Throughout our discussion, Jeff kept referring to the negative changes he has seen over the past several years. Paraphrasing, Jeff went on to explain: “No one answers the phone; relationships don’t matter; it’s all about price; my boss thinks I should be on social media all day; everything is online for our customers to see, etc.”
For Networking Geeks Only: Why Router-on-a-Stick is Good
Router-on-a-stick (inter-VLAN) routing scheme can be very beneficial for security and network troubleshooting, so why do so many home-tech integrators categorically dismiss it for standard Layer 3 switches?
Oklahoma drivers will have some new laws to be aware of beginning next month. Starting July 1st, Oklahomans will be required to carry their annual certificates of registration in their cars at all times,