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Specifically Speaking with Max A. Stevens

Senior associate vice president, CallisonRTKL, based in Baltimore
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03/01/2017

What's is your role at the company?

TechSec Solutions 2017 keynote: Drones, robots and things that go bump in the night

Nightingale Security’s Jack Wu discusses drones in security, along with a live stream demo
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03/01/2017

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—Attendees of TechSec Solutions 2017 started the first morning of the conference here with a look into one drone company, and how the technology could innovate the physical security market, making for cheaper, better and faster solutions.

Global biometrics market to grow at nearly 17 percent CAGR

North America to be largest sector to 2022
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03/01/2017

PUNE, India—Research firm MarketsandMarkets expects the global biometrics market to reach almost $33 billion by 2022, with North America being a large portion of the market.

Mobile apps benefit consumers, dealers and installers

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02/23/2017

YARMOUTH, Maine—People value convenience, and in many cases in the security space that means connectivity to mobile devices. Executives from Bosch and Honeywell talked with Security Systems News about the ways mobile apps are evolving in the security space, from replacing existing technologies to further benefiting dealers and installers.

Five Questions: Jay Stuck

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02/21/2017

Jay Stuck recently became the business development manager for Kastle Systems, a full service security company based in Falls Church, Va., with a presence around the country, including the New York City area. Security Systems News asked Stuck five questions in December.

Guest Commentary: Three Resolutions for a Changing Security Industry

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02/17/2017

Over the past years, the security industry has changed and with it emerged new challenges and opportunities. Today, cybersecurity, big data and the Internet of Things (IoT) are key trends that any large organization must address. In the security industry, it is important for organizations to realize these developments and formulate a strategy to meet client and stakeholder needs. Just as people use the new year to set major goals, so too can security leaders use the beginning of 2017 to make a plan to meet the industry’s biggest challenges. Below are a few resolutions that can benefit everyone in the security industry.

The challenge of hiring

Visibility, having the right offering for applicants can be key
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02/16/2017

YARMOUTH, Maine—Many companies, of all sizes in the industry, face the difficulty of finding the most qualified and best fitting candidates to join their team. Security Systems News talked with a few of these companies to hear what the applicant pool looks like, what they look for in new hires and how they bring in the best talent.

Specifically Speaking with Chris Fitzgerald

Security designer, Crossey Engineering Ltd. in
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02/08/2017

What's your role at Crossey Engineering?

News Poll: Majority of respondents use cloud

Video surveillance, analytics and storage listed as key usage by half
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02/01/2017

YARMOUTH, Maine—A majority of companies responding to Security Systems News’ latest News Poll said they are using the cloud, and selling more than ever, but several highlight difficulties in understanding the technology—either with employees or end users.

US a strong player in global PSIM market to 2024

Desire for situational awareness driving the market
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01/27/2017

ALBANY, N.Y.—A new report from Transparency Market Research projects that the global PSIM market will grow from $823 million in 2015 to about $3.8 billion by 2024, at an 18.7 percent CAGR, with the North American segment commanding a large presence throughout.

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SSN News Poll August 2017

Millennials have been a continuing topic among industry educational sessions. Panels and presentations on the generation born between 1980 and 2000 have appeared at PSA-Tec 2017, Honeywell's Connect in November, and now ESX 2017. What's your perspective of millennials in the workplace?