LEAGUE CITY, Texas-Eagle Broadband has reorganized its ClearWorks installation subsidiary into separate divisions, moved locations and cut the workforce to reflect the new efficiencies.
The residential installation company, which merged with Eagle Broadband in February of 2001, was one company that had two distinctly separate missions, said Manny Carter, president and chief executive officer of Eagle.
Lower cost, a greater selection and a series of transitional products have spurred the interest, say some.
Whether the transition comes as quickly as a couple of years, or is stretched out over a longer period, manufacturers concur the move to digital systems for recording and storing CCTV data is under way.
At least three states are currently considering legislation that would exempt certain security or fire equipment from state sales and use taxes, including fire extinguishers, smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.
TAVARES, Fla.-A jury in Lake Circuit Court ruled in February that a Tampa alarm company is partially responsible for flaws in security that led to a death of a teller and the paralysis of another during a 1999 bank robbery in Mount Dora.