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Integration is the key to healthcare solution

In the terms of security for healthcare vertical, there are different phases needed to be taken care of. Unauthorized access to the patient's medical record or expensive medications and equipment will not only cost the hospital a great fortune but also jeopardize their reputation. However, it is important to make sure that the visitors, patients, and injured are easy to go around in the hospital. ... Full story

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Big names in the U.K. unite to offer all-inclusive solutions

Business Talk

The UK's supplier of IP systems for security and surveillance - CCTV Center - announces that they are launching a new business division called Nexus Connect. The new division has been built on a concept specifically developed to focus on designing sophisticated integrated IP solutions for a variety of security and surveillance industry applications and offers a forward thinking ‘all inclusive' alt

10 under 40: security unlocks next generation of excellence

Business Talk

Security attracts people from all walks of life. We recognized 10 up-and-coming security professionals under age 40 who are in executive positions, either in manufacturing, distribution or system integration. They were invited to share their experience as well as secrets for success.

A pivotal year for home security

News Feature

This is the first in an ongoing series of features by Memoori Business Intelligence, covering innovation and disruptive technologies in physical security and building management. 2012 would be remembered as the pivotal year for home security. A perfect storm of technology, investment and new entrants has now changed the market landscape forever. SaaS models, ubiquitous broadband and smartphones ha

VCA revisited

News Feature

So, the ObjectVideo “patent agreement seeking” rampage seems to have come to an end for now, with Panasonic System Networks being the latest to be added to the global, portfolio-wide patent license wish list (others include Tyco Security Products, Sony, Vivotek, Pelco by Schneider and Bosch Security Systems, for anyone who is keeping score). More solution providers are revisiting the technology si

Business transformation in tough times

Channel Players

Since its founding in 1995, North American Video (NAV) has grown its business based on long-term relationships and commitments; this applies equally to customers, employees and suppliers. Additionally, NAV has continued to expand its portfolio of technology solutions to provide its clientele with a strategic balance of high performance, functionality and cost-effectiveness. This combination of ass

Latin America Viva la Vida

Business Talk

Latin America, one of the largest emerging markets, is brimmed with opportunities. a&s explores the key market drivers and verticals on this new land of opportunity for security.

Can Chindia sustain the growth?

Business Talk

China is not only growing as a manufacturing hub for the world's security industry, but also as a market. iSuppli predicts that the Chinese surveillance market will reach US$11.4 billion by 2015, growing at a CAGR of 20 percent to become the world's largest physical security market by 2020. The Indian security equipment and systems market has also grown 25 percent annually over the last three year

Solution provider of tomorrow

Channel Players

What do you call a business entity that is a technology and software developer, hardware manufacturer, value-added distributor but also works with other dealers, resellers and manufacturers representatives, all at the same time? Observint Technologies is probably one of few companies, if not the only, in the world that fits the bill. asmag looks into the company's history, development path and fu

Scoping out Southeast Asia in 2013

Business Talk

The International Monetary Fund has cut global growth forecasts twice since April 2012. Despite widespread economic woes, security is keeping its momentum in certain regions, with Southeast Asia being particularly noteworthy given its game-changing population, rich natural resources and urgent needs for both public and private infrastructures.

Asia charges ahead in 2013

Business Talk

The International Monetary Fund has cut global growth forecasts twice since April 2012. Despite widespread economic woes, security is keeping its momentum in certain regions, with APAC being particularly noteworthy given its game-changing population, rich natural resources and urgent needs for both public and private infrastructures.

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