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Batter up! Protecting Little League World Series

Female phenom draws crowds—and need for added security—at this year’s event

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa.—A 13-year-old female pitching phenom has drawn unexpected crowds to the Little League World Series this month, testing physical security for the annual event in this small town.

Lenel offers choices to Casi customers


LINCOLNTON, N.C.—Flexible migration programs that allow users of legacy Casi systems to move to Lenel’s OnGuard solution are now available, the company announced Dec. 12.

Tyco Lenel deal important to large group of TycoIS customers


CHICAGO—Tyco Integrated Security announced at the ASIS show a new partnership with access control provider Lenel Systems International.

Iris scanning enters mainstream market

‘Access cards can be forged, irises can’t’

ROCK HILL, S.C.— Iris scanning technology is typically used by the government, the military and in hospitals. However, as prices have started to come down, the market for the technology is expanding to also include mainstream users, ranging from universities to your local gym.

Axis looks to banking and government as growth verticals

Network camera provider says customers like its 'IT DNA'

CHELMSFORD, Mass.—Citing the opportunities in the financial and  government sectors, network camera provider Axis Communications is beefing up its business development team and has created new positions to oversee those sectors.

IST doubles service revenue

Family-owned systems integration business built over 13 years

HONOLULU—At the suggestion of a new operations manager, Integrated Security Technologies decided to install a new customer service portal in 2010. As a result, the company doubled its service revenue in one year.

ASIS 2011: News and notes from the show floor


ORLANDO, Fla.—There was plenty of news being made at ASIS 2011, which took place at the Orange County Convention Center Sept. 19-21. Below are some editor round-ups from ventured out onto the show floor to collect news and other goings-on.

The push for standards

Will the WTC project affect the future of standards development, and other enterprise projects?

NEW YORK—Will a marquee security project like the World Trade Center affect how enterprise-level projects are designed and implemented in the future? Or, will this project, which involves multiple manufacturers working together, translate to momentum for establishing standards in the security industry? Several of those involved in the project believe that may be the case.