Financial benefits of security as a service for systems integrators
The security industry is going through a tough phase - revenues are not growing much, sales margins aren't as wide as they used to be, and profits are increasingly difficult to make. In this context, security as a service comes as a refreshing mode of income for the systems integrator.
Paxton Access: Moving from devices to integrated systems
Paxton Access, a UK-based company, has carved a niche for themselves in the security market, with their flagship network access control systems. Soon to launch an integrated building intelligence system, Paxton is now poised to further solidify its position as a leading global access control solution provider.
Security as a service goes beyond residential to large-scale projects
Until recently, the market for security as a service (SaaS) was mostly restricted to residential sector. But with improved technology and better customer awareness, larger organizations are opting for SaaS.
secutech 2016 to feature Systems Integrator Forum
secutech, one of the leading security shows in Asia, has been devoted to providing the industry with a platform to discover cutting-edge technologies and experienced suppliers for over 18 years; the 19th edition of secutech will take the lead to showcase value-added applications and intelligent surveillance systems, instead of standard, common devices on the market.
MFNE Forum: Metamorphosis of the Taiwanese Security Industry
Mess Frankfurt New Era Business Media, publisher of a&s magazines, recently hosted a forum on the “Metamorphosis of the Taiwanese Security Industry: Transition to Solutions,” which took place on Sept. 17, 2015, in Taipei. Several major security equipment providers in Taiwan were invited to share their views on this topic.
Ace public transport safety with right transmission, storage and infrastructure
Public transport safety requirements place tremendous demand on security companies and governments, right from the storage devices to the transmission technology and supporting infrastructure.
Strike the right note on public transport security for safer, smarter cities
Securing public transport has become a priority for nations across the globe. Here we take a look at the major requirements for mobile NVRs and DVRs, the standards that they need to confirm to, and their potential in smart city initiatives.
Security systems integration in banks: how can you win more clients?
Banks are increasingly looking to embrace technology to better serve their clients, but they are not so enthusiastic when systems integrators (SI) approach them to upgrade security solutions.
Security in health care: what's the right prescription?
Robust security systems are a must for any health care facility, not just for patients' safety but also for staff and expensive medical equipment. This has become all the more significant of late, as the hospitals look to expand their reach and provide round-the-clock service.
5 ways sharper, smarter end-to-end solutions can protect organizations
According to a recent global survey by Forbes,1 most organizations (58% of respondents) monitor fewer than half of their valuable assets with surveillance. That means that many assets are left unprotected despite the fact that in the U.S. alone, companies spend over $15 billion per year on video surveillance.
According to the same survey, for respondents who do use video surveillance, a majorit
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