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Submitted on May 25, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
Alarm.com, the home automation partner of Hills and QSS in Australia, is preparing to go public, with a Form S-1 filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on May 22 relating to a proposed initial public offering of shares of its...
Submitted on April 29, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
Ongoing rollout of the national broadband network will carry 1 million alarm systems into a networked environment. Installers and monitoring stations need to plan ahead to make sure they don’t get caught out.  By February 2015, the NBN was available...
Submitted on April 11, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
A report from Hewlett Packard suggests that many cloud-based security solutions are easily hacked thanks to poor password security and failure to set up mobile devices properly.  IT’S a timely reminder to security installers and monitoring stations that incorporating smart...
Submitted on April 8, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
Alarm monitoring trends in the U.S. are highly relevant to the Australian market, which experiences similar shifts in technology and application.  IT’S the similarities between long term trends in the U.S. and Australian markets, both of which use many of...
Submitted on April 7, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
GEORGE Hindy has joined Calamity Monitoring as national technical manager. Most recently a service delivery supervisor at ADT Security, George joins Calamity with 20 years of hands-on experience in security sales, installation and service management.  "George will be fantastic at...
Submitted on April 7, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
Alarm.com, which is going to be pushing into the Australian alarm monitoring market in a big way over the next couple of years, has released an app that allows Apple Watch wearers to control security from their wrist.  IF you’re...
Submitted on March 3, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
HOMES built using oriented strand board (OSB), which is made of wood pieces compressed together then glued, burn 800 per cent faster than homes built with real timber.  As part of a UL experiment, Jacksonville Florida firefighters set a controlled fire...
Submitted on February 22, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
If anything is going to shape the nature of the alarm monitoring industry in years to come it will be the way people interact with information. It’s a seismic shift the industry still doesn’t seem to be entirely on top of. ...
Submitted on November 20, 2014 | Security Electronics and Networks
A recent study suggests homeowners like the idea of automation and consider safety and security monitoring to be automation’s central role. But they have their own ideas about installation and monitoring. LOWE’S 2014 Smart Home Survey reveals a majority of residents are favour...
Submitted on September 26, 2014 | Security Electronics and Networks
Alarm installers need to sit down and map out a game plan to ensure their clients’ alarm solutions and their own businesses are prepared to handle the changes the market faces over the next 24 months.   It’s going to...
Submitted on July 24, 2014 | Security Electronics and Networks
Telstra will close down its 2G network before the end of 2016 – that’s around 500 business days - and will reconfigure its 900MHz 2G spectrum for 4G technology once the network's existing customers are migrated onto 3G and 4G....
Submitted on June 23, 2014 | Security Electronics and Networks
Telstra is reported to have paid between $A40 million and $60 million to buy into SNP Security’s back-to-base alarm and surveillance business. Australia’s dominant telco and SNP, thought to be the third largest security company in Australia, will form a new...
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