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Google, Amazon Smart Home ‘Monopoly Problem’ Attacked in Congress

Google, Amazon Smart Home ‘Monopoly Problem’ Attacked in Congress

Senate judiciary subcommittee anti-trust hearing warns Amazon and Google of their growing potential monopoly on the smart home space.
New Report From NFPA And Fire Protection Research

New Report From NFPA And Fire Protection Research

Much has changed in the nearly four decades since the America Burning report was issued in 1973 and revisited in 1980. The number of fires and fire deaths in the United States has reduced dramatically and that progress has unfortunately led to fire safety taking a back seat to other societal concerns that seem more pressing.
New Kidde Survey Shows Majority of Americans May Be Unprepared to Grill Safely This Summer

New Kidde Survey Shows Majority of Americans May Be Unprepared to Grill Safely This Summer

New Kidde Survey Shows Majority of Americans May Be Unprepared to Grill Safely This Summer. Leading fire safety manufacturer launches nationwide safety awareness campaign ahead of summer holidays ...
6.21.21 NESA Monitor

6.21.21 NESA Monitor

Public Safety Updates GA: Gwinnett residents, business owners have until July 1 to ...6.15.21 – Gwinnett Daily ...

BUSINESS TIPS

The Value of Monitoring Centers During Hazardous Weather

The Value of Monitoring Centers During Hazardous Weather

(Image: ungvar/stock.adobe.com) 6.16.21 – SSI - Sarah Salazar Taking advantage of your monitoring center’s ...
Not Collecting Sales Tax on Service Agreements? Here’s How

Not Collecting Sales Tax on Service Agreements? Here’s How

Security dealers and custom integrators that offer remote systems management and other taxable services to out-of-state clients must collect sales tax.
Small Variables Can Cause High Risk in Power Tools

Small Variables Can Cause High Risk in Power Tools

While it’s true that a properly cared-for power tool should provide years of trouble-free service, the key phrase is “properly cared for.” The Power Tool Institute recently warned users that even the smallest variable, such as introduction of a third-party battery, can substantially increase the risk of tool failure, fire damage, and even personal injury.
What You Need For Remote Work

What You Need For Remote Work

Ed Mana from Technology On Demand shares tips and tricks for both remote work and hybrid work and avoiding Zoom fatigue.
5 tips to consider when buying cyber insurance

5 tips to consider when buying cyber insurance

Understanding your risks and what’s required of the business by policy issuers is paramount

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