Smart cities and IoT to spearhead growth in Asia
The global economic landscape is increasingly tilting in favor of Asia. With more than half of the world's population and several emerging economies, this continent is all set to become the main driver of growth for the rest of the world.
Quantum sees solid opportunity in Asia
a&s interviews Jim Simon, Senior Director of Marketing in Asia Pacific at Quantum to discuss his company's plans for Asia.
Protecting heritage sites in the age of terrorism
Heritage sites are key infrastructures in any country, warranting special protection. But the unique nature of these places call for specific solutions tailored to the requirements.
[Video] Product Review: Synology Surveillance Station presents refreshingly intuitive user experience
Surveillance Station is a robust video management system that runs on all Synology NAS. With an intuitive interface, flexibility of usage and many exclusive features, it has successfully built services in case fields of all sizes.
Security in oil and gas: price dip and geopolitics boost demand
Oil prices are at unprecedented low levels, but security in the oil and gas vertical is expected to grow at a CAGR of about 5 percent from 2015 through 2020.
Security for fracking: a new opportunity for solution providers
After its success in the U.S., fracking is becoming increasingly popular in other parts of the world, despite some opposition. In spite of the lower oil prices, there has been no major move to cut down shale oil production, which points towards a possible increase in security demand from this market.
New products and market debuts mark 2015 for solution providers
The year 2015 has been quite eventful for the security industry. From large-scale M&As to economic concerns and rise of low-cost products, it has seen a dynamic shift in the market.
Why Paris attacks bring a new perspective on security
The year 2015 has already seen an increase in terrorism concerns and subsequent calls for stronger security systems, but three key reasons make the November 13 Paris attacks a turning point for the security industry.
Terrorism and related issues escalate security concerns in 2015
Early this year around forty four percent Americans said they feared a terrorist attack more than anything else in life, according to a Chapman University survey.
Malaysia: economic woes demand “out of the box” strategies
Distributors are considered some of the worst-hit when it comes to an economic slowdown. Given Malaysia' weak economic outlook, local companies are looking at options to weather the storm.
Top 10 security news stories of 2015
How smart buildings differ across industries
Top 10 case studies of 2015
Key functions of mobile apps for surveillance
Top 10 video surveillance cameras of 2015
How manufacturers' partnerships benefit distributors and systems integrators
Is video surveillance stepping into virtual reality?
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