Physical Security Executive Commentary

  1. Four Leadership Lessons I’ve Learned From Baseball’s Joe Maddon
    3/14/2014

    If you follow Major League Baseball, chances are you’re familiar with Tampa Bay Rays Manager Joe Maddon and his unorthodox approach to managing the game … not to mention his team. Joe’s famous (or infamous, depending on where you’re standing) for mixing things up, taking players out of their standard positions and testing their skills in new ways.

  2. The Ultimate Cloud Sales Strategy
    3/14/2014

    During a recent new client strategy meeting and a session where I had a chance to interview their entire sales team I came away with a break through idea regarding their sales efforts. I think it is pertinent to almost every past client and all future clients. I just had to share it with my many readers.

  3. What About The (Hard) Cloud?
    3/14/2014

    The cloud has dramatically broadened the potential for video, access control, and related security systems to proliferate on the enterprise level for numerous reasons. Aside from the overall advancements in both hardware and software technologies, the cloud presents a much more viable economic model for users to benefit from what can be complex and expensive software solutions.

  4. Financing Programs Offer Flexibility, Revenue For Resellers
    3/13/2014

    Surveillance is no longer a luxury; it’s a requirement. But as businesses look to invest in surveillance technology, the upfront cost can be overwhelming. No matter the security needs of a facility, end customers want to make smart, cost-effective purchasing decisions.

  5. Switching To IP: How SMBs Can Deploy An Affordable Network Video System
    3/11/2014

    As the security industry continues to move away from closed, propriety architectures toward solutions that support an ecosystem of open and connected devices, the time has never been better for SMBs to migrate to an IP-based video surveillance system.

  6. How Storage Solves The Corrections Bottleneck
    3/11/2014

    The corrections market is synonymous with a need for an uncompromised commitment to security. From local jails to state and federal prisons, all corrections facilities share a mission of ensuring safety and security.

  7. Five Reasons VARs Should Focus On Manufacturing
    3/10/2014

    To stay competitive, all companies have to continually place bets on where to invest their time and resources; assess how to strengthen solution offerings; and innovate around them. We are all evaluating the industry sectors that deliver the most promise and provide the biggest opportunities for business growth. If manufacturing isn’t on your short list, it definitely should be.

  8. Help Your Brick-And-Mortar Retail Customers Make Mobile Work For Them
    2/27/2014

    It’s no secret that mobile technology has changed our lives. We are now able to be in contact with anyone and access the tiniest minutia of information from nearly anywhere in the world using our increasingly sophisticated smartphones and tablets. And increasingly, these mobile capabilities are also transforming another aspect of modern life: how consumers shop.

  9. How To Focus IP Video Surveillance On The Needs Of Education, Courts
    2/27/2014

    Features and functions of video surveillance systems vary, depending on the application. Below is information on K-12 education, university and higher education, and courthouse and remote arraignment applications.

  10. IP Cameras 101: Megapixels Don’t Matter — Image Usability Does
    2/27/2014

    The physical security practitioner has a myriad of electronic devices at their disposal to detect, deter, and deny adversaries from harming people or property. Video surveillance is one such countermeasure used for deterrence and, more importantly, as an assessment tool to verify the events of a given scene and situation. The quality of that video could mean the difference between identifying a suspect or not.

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