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SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2003

Once again, Johnson Controls lands airport security job

MILWAUKEE - General Mitchell International Airport officials have awarded a $1.2 million security project to Johnson Controls, one of four bidders on the job.

From pulling cables to installing security cameras

An electrical contractor’s integrated building technologies group now offers security
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12/01/2003

WESTBROOK, Maine - The integrated building technologies division of a large electrical contractor here is adding security to its portfolio, a natural extension for the company as it looks to set itself apart from competitors.

By the end of November, E.

SecurityNet taps Protection Bureau

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12/01/2003

EXTON, Pa. - SecurityNet, a network of independently owned systems integrators who look to one another to share best practices and help serve large customers who have offices across the country, announced it has added The Protection Bureau as its sixteenth member.

Wildfires test security firms’ limits

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12/01/2003

LOS ANGELES - Despite the threat, many security companies in the area came away from the California wildfires in October and early November nearly unscathed, with only a few companies reporting that some of their alarm customers lost their homes.

All Protection Alarm in Big Bear, Calif.

Pacom ends exclusivity, goes the reseller route

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12/01/2003

SARASOTA, Fla. - Integrated security system provider Pacom Systems is building its network of resellers, two years after Mosler Inc.

Defense contractor buys integrator Jullien Ent.

SAIC buys its first physical security company, synergies found between the two firms
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11/01/2003

CHANTILLY, Va. - Science Applications International Corp.

Matrix founder’s sons return to tackle financial troubles

The company faced lawsuits, some claiming unpaid bills
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11/01/2003

CENTERVILLE, Ohio - A systems integrator who ran into some financial troubles under the direction of former management is now getting back on track, after the two sons of the founder of Matrix Systems have rejoined the company and its day-to-day operations.

The trouble began earlier this year when the state of Ohio levied a lien against the company for unpaid taxes and AT&T and Fifth Third Bank filed lawsuits claiming unpaid bills.

Red Hawk Ind. looks to the future

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11/01/2003

THORNTON, Colo. - Red Hawk Industries, a systems integrator that focuses on the financial market and also provides ATM services to banks, a model similar to that of Diebold, recently opened a new distribution center here to serve its Colorado customers.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2003

Local security firm secures Soldier Field

CHICAGO - Soldier Field, the newly renovated football field called home by the Chicago Bears, is being secured by local security firm Monterrey Security.

The firm beat out five other companies to win the 36-month contract that involves supervising the stadium’s access control and surveillance system.

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SSN News Poll October 2014

More and more connected products in homes and businesses increasingly provide central stations with new revenue and service opportunities to monitor those devices. But some say that to do that, centrals need to change and become more like data centers. Do you agree? Tell us what you think the central station of the future will look like.

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