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What Will Become of Alarm.com’s Tight Affiliation With ADT?

What Will Become of Alarm.com’s Tight Affiliation With ADT?

As the dust settles in the wake of this week’s big news — Google acquiring a thin slice of ADT pie — one of the implications to play out going forward will be Alarm.com’s significant relationship with ADT.
Integrators prepare for full NDAA implementation

Integrators prepare for full NDAA implementation

Starting next week, security integrators who want to do business with the federal government will have to eliminate products from Hikvision and Dahua – two of the world’s largest suppliers of video surveillance equipment – from their supply chains
UL Sets Guidelines to Address Working From Home

UL Sets Guidelines to Address Working From Home

UL is in the process of making revisions to UL 827, Standard for Central-Station Alarm Services, to address central station employees working from home.
8-10-20 NESA Monitor

8-10-20 NESA Monitor

Public Safety Updates AZ: Payson police to bill for false alarms ...8.3.20 - Payson Roundup - After three ...

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The Monitoring Association reveals results of compensation study

The Monitoring Association reveals results of compensation study

How to Stand Out in the Ever-Expanding Field of Emerging Technologies

How to Stand Out in the Ever-Expanding Field of Emerging Technologies

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FARA Answering Tough Questions Webinar set for 2 pm on Aug 11th

Explore how to respond to – “I pay taxes why do I have to pay for police response?” - “What’s the point of having an alarm if it takes the officer an hour to get there?” – “My______ caused the alarm, it wasn’t my fault!” – “The power went out” – “It was windy…” & more.