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Slain NYC Burger King cashier’s mom may sue over lax security

Slain NYC Burger King cashier’s mom may sue over lax security

“With regard to civil liability, we are looking at the issue of Burger King, the owner of the property, and any security company that was involved with supposedly doing security for Burger King,” Rubenstein said.
Rising costs add to pandemic pain for small businesses

Rising costs add to pandemic pain for small businesses

Sharply higher costs are yet another challenge thrown at business owners by the global pandemic. The unpredictability of shipping, labor and the coronavirus itself have created an environment where owners are often left guessing about when products might arrive and how much they'll cost.
Tech Service Providers Among Those Most Targeted for Cybersecurity Attacks

Tech Service Providers Among Those Most Targeted for Cybersecurity Attacks

Research from Check Point finds cyberattacks increased by 50% in 2021, with third-party tech service providers among those most targeted.
01-24-22 NESA National Monitor

01-24-22 NESA National Monitor

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Top 5 Tech Trends for 2022: Using Cybersecurity as a Differentiator

Top 5 Tech Trends for 2022: Using Cybersecurity as a Differentiator

The hacking threat to the smart home will only grow. It’s time to stop ignoring cybersecurity and use it as a differentiator of your professionalism.
Remote Video: Understanding Its True Value

Remote Video: Understanding Its True Value

Besides the obvious value in providing some primary or additional security to a subscriber’s location, a huge and sometimes overlooked value is the additional business management tools remote video can provide.
Big Idea of the Month: Apply the Golden Rule

Big Idea of the Month: Apply the Golden Rule

“My goal is to build the company to the point that will allow me to share all of the benefits that I will earn, with others … financially, spiritually and have a great work environment where people will always be happy to come to work.”
How a Soup Kitchen Uses Its New Security System to Mitigate Staffing Shortage

How a Soup Kitchen Uses Its New Security System to Mitigate Staffing Shortage

The new comprehensive solution combines video surveillance and access control to improve coverage of MBT’s interior and exterior spaces on a platform that is easily accessed and operated by staff.

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Turning your old cell phones into cameras

Did you know? Old cellphones can be used as cameras as part of your home security. According to the Digital Trends article of March 2021, cellphones are known for their great cameras and just because you upgraded to another cellphone, doesn’t mean you dump your old one.  You can transform your cellphone into a smart security camera.

Maryland’s state income tax deadline extended to July 15

The filing deadline for 2021 state individual income tax returns will be Friday, July 15, instead of April 18, to help taxpayers facing financial difficulties during the COVID-19 pandemic. Federal and state individual income tax returns will be accepted starting Monday.