GKB: Winning in the market with solutions
For years, GKB Security has established itself as a leading company in the video surveillance field, selling a wide range of cameras – from analog to HD-over-coaxial to IP – to fulfill the particular needs of customers throughout the world.
IP's influence on global security industry
Between the time of our 100th and 200th issue (2007 to 2015), the whole
environment of the security industry has been strongly influenced by IP
technology, the local economy, as well as price competition. When IP was
first introduced in 1996, security players had difficulty understanding the new
network and computer technology. Now, with more training and education from
VIVOTEK breaks the shell to embrace possibilities
VIVOTEK has maintained a long-term leading position in the Taiwanese security industry with its yearly total sales revenue and double-digit growth rate, according to a&s International Security 50 rankings, an annual ranking that started in 2003. As a specialized IP video surveillance equipment supplier for the international market since its establishment in 2000, VIVOTEK products have sold in 116
SMBs come up with consumer and DIY products
For a long time the security market ignored the small- and mid-sized business (SMB) market, opting instead to target larger, professional markets like government or enterprise. However, as competition within the industry grew fiercer, companies began looking for new markets to target — enter SMBs.
DynaColor continues to provide best OEM/ODM services
Around eight years ago, many security companies were met with tremendous challenges from the global economic recession and the migration from analog to IP video technology. DynaColor was among the companies that experienced a temporary slowdown in its growth; however, the company has proved its worth in the industry with its achievements over the years.
A-MTK and Afidus run parallel as industry changes
Celebrating their 10th anniversary next year, A-MTK, an OEM/ODM manufacturer in Taiwan, is pushing forward their own brand of IP surveillance equipment under the name Afidus.
LILIN revamps to welcome new security era
Merit LILIN is revamping their market strategies to meet the changing security industry as the market grows more competitive. The company's plan to diversify and expand will give LILIN the boost it needs to stay at the forefront of the industry.
3S uses IT know-how to take on surveillance
Despite being a relatively new brand in the surveillance market, 3S Pocketnet Technology, under the brand name 3S Vision, is determined to make its mark in the surveillance industry with its strong IT background.
Secutech unveils next-generation devices serving more than just safety needs
Secutech, the annual preeminent exhibition for the international security industry, is gearing up for its 19th edition to be held from 19 – 21 April 2016 at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center in Taiwan. The fair is committed to staying at the forefront of the global industry, offering a complete spectrum of the latest products and solutions in addition to a wide range of informative forums and s
Security "good" business? Calculating ROI on security investment
Discussing return on investment (ROI) in the security domain is a tricky subject — manufacturers boast it to increase their sales and managers seek it to justify investments. Traditionally seen as a cost center, security managers need to show that investment in security can bring positive value to the organization.
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