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SecurityNet's global push, new prez

McMenimon says goals include five more international members
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03/01/2006

CANTON, Mass.--Robert McMenimon, president of MAC Systems, has been named the new president of SecurityNet, a collection of integrators with 22 members doing $300 million in business each year and employing 1,200.

APC introduces online training

Data Center University offers physical security course
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03/01/2006

WEST KINGSTON, R.I.

Adesta gets GSA contract award

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2006

OMAHA, Neb.--Adesta, LLC, a systems integrator working in communications and security, announced in mid December the awarding of a contract from the General Services Administration 's Federal Supply Schedule Program.

Greenwood, Saratoga schools beef up security

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2006

GREENWOOD, Texas, and SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.

Weathering bad press

Diebold VP of global security says election-systems and stockholder woes won't affect momentum
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02/01/2006

NORTH CANTON, Ohio--Board chairman and chief executive officer Walden W. O'Dell resigned his position at Diebold, Dec.

Keeping the crackers safe

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
02/01/2006

ST. CLOUD, Fla.

Red Hawk buys NES, NNS

Allow integrator to get in on jobs earlier, offer more robust solution
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02/01/2006

DENVER--Red Hawk Industries, a systems integrator specializing in the financial market, announced in January the acquisition of New England Security, a firm with more than 30 years of experience in bank design and construction. Red Hawk did not disclose terms, but confirmed it had acquired 100 percent of NES stock.

Midwest's largest nightclub invests in security

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02/01/2006

FORT WAYNE, Ind.--Pierre's Entertainment Center, a 60,000-square-foot nightclub complex that can serve as many as 4,500 people on a given night, completed the installation of a $250,000 networked security system this month.

From people to technology

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02/01/2006

SAN ANTONIO--Now that Julie Smith Nelson has sold her guarding firm, Smith Legacy Security, to Initial Security, what's next? Installation and manufacturing, through her seven-year-old company SLS Systems.
"I always had a installation arm running parallel to the guarding," Nelson said, and she's launching a new product that she's developed after years of working with guards.

Making Future Connections

Six-year-old low-voltage integrator finds new home in Florida
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02/01/2006

MIAMI--On the strength of a robust condominium market and good relationships with area developers, Miami-based Future Connections is growing at a triple-digit rate. Company president David Orsham said that after just six years in business the low-voltage integrator expects to hit $10 million in revenues in 2006, "and we're expecting that to go to $25 million next year.

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SSN News Poll August 2016

The final sunset date for 2G—Dec. 31, 2016—is fast approaching. Speakers at last year’s Honeywell CONNECT conference said that dealers needed to get started. John Loud said in early 2016 that avoiding the hassle of 2G conversions would result in more companies looking to sell. Where is your company in the sunset?

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