NEW YORK--With more and more corporate end users looking for information on the value of their security system, Custom Design Communications has begun to provide clients with a breakdown on the return on investment for installing such systems.
The idea came as customers of Custom Design asked for financial analysis, such as how to budget for a security system and what is the payback.
WASHINGTON--According to a ruling from an Administrative Law Judge, security guard firm Wackenhut violated a federal labor law when it questioned officers at the International Monetary Fund building about plans to form a union.
The Service Employees International Union filed the labor law violation claim with the National Labor Relations Board in May 2004.
MILWAUKEE--Johnson Controls will provide security, IT and other upgrades at an offsite control and command center at the Reno/Tahoe International Airport in Reno, Nev.
The airport's command center will serve as the heart of security operations, providing information on its access control, CCTV, fire, radio and telecommunication systems.
NORTH CANTON, Ohio--Diebold promoted Dennis Moriarty as vice president of the company's Global Security division, replacing Bartholomew Frazzitta, who retired recently.
In this role, Moriarty will lead the division in providing integrated security solutions to the company's commercial, financial, government and retail customers.
OWASSO, Okla.--Systems integrator DLSS Systems served the construction market for years, partnering up with contractors to protect their construction sites and even offering security systems for their properties.
Martha talks to Joe Liguori, partner at ACT, an integration company and Security-Net member based in New Jersey, about Ligouri's plans to grow his company from about $13 million to $20 million in revenue over the next few years.