Paxton Access: Moving From Devices to Integrated Systems
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.
AEC 2015: More opportunities across Thailand and ASEAN
Soon, Thailand will have a free flow of labor with other ASEAN member countries, thanks to ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) 2015. The 10 nations of ASEAN have prepared mutual recognition arrangements (MRA) that specify the basic qualifications for professionals to work freely in each other's countries, as well as creating an environment for local companies to increase sales, open operations outside
How Thailand plans to improve safety after Bangkok bombing
On August 17, a bombing occurred inside the Erawan Shrine, Bangkok, which killed 20 people and injured 125. Unfortunately, according to local authorities, most of the security cameras on the culprit's getaway route were broken, and the lack of modern equipment needed to track the culprit led to several setbacks in the investigations.
Security distributors, how's your rapport with manufacturers?
There are no two ways of looking at it -- the security industry is going through a tough phase. In this context the manufacturer-distributor relationship is extremely significant.
Q&A with Honeywell Security on creating value for channel players
a&s talked to Daniel Wan, Channel Marketing Manager for the U.K. and Ireland at Honeywell Security to discuss the current status of channel players in the security market. Honeywell would like to create real benefits for their prestigious partners to help them weather the price competition in the market, not only through products, but also through their channel program.
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.
Modern video surveillance brings IT to the security table
The move to IP in video surveillance brought in new, non-traditional security players in the form of IT professionals to the security industry. Similarly, video-enabling a business means bringing in players that previously were not part of the security decision-making team. Those such as CIOs, facilities departments, marketing departments, and operations departments, are now critical members of th
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.
Thailand bombing and government stimulus push security growth
Since the military government took over in 2014, expectations for Thailand have been optimistic. Unfortunately, the economy has yet to benefit from the efforts the government has taken, as the country sees project delays and a recent bombing tragedy that took the lives of 22 people.
Security systems integration in banks: how can you win more clients?
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