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Submitted on September 26, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
Research, based on interviews and analysis of sales projections of 40 key vendors, says the brunt of the convergence market will be in event management rather than identity management, and a major portion of the event management products will come...
Submitted on September 26, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
The $US48 million deal will give Verint a foothold in the Asia Pacific market. Under the transaction, Verint of Denver acquires MultiVision’s Hong Kong-based MultiVision Intelligent Surveillance Ltd. subsidiary. “The acquisition of MultiVision's networked video security business reinforces our strategy...
Submitted on September 22, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
According to the company, the name change is the result of an increased effort to provide dealer partners with an integrated solution including both video and access components. “Becoming the Honeywell Systems Group helps us and our integrator partners work...
Submitted on September 21, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
NSW Premier, Morris Iemma, will announce the FBI's appointment of a legal attache as part of counter-terrorism co-operation measures that the Police Minister, Carl Scully, cooked up after visiting the US in August. The FBI attaché will operate from the...
Submitted on September 21, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
Kozlowski has also been ordered to repay $US167 million, while Swartz must repay $US72 million. Judge Obus said: "The crimes at issue here were violations of the defendants' positions of trust and their fiduciary duty on a grand scale. They...
Submitted on September 21, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
Now in its 51st year, the Seminar and Exhibits joins the “Fastest 50” having benefited from the increased focus on security post-9/11, and with a long legacy of experience, sustained growth and expertise in providing the information and resources that...
Submitted on September 19, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
GSMS Chief Executive, Bill Gallagher, says GSMS will distribute the well established DigiOp DVR system across Australia, New Zealand, and Asia Pacific Region through qualified dealers. Gallagher Security Management Systems is a leader in Cardax integrated access control and intruder...
Submitted on September 13, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
Mikael Karlsson died of cancer at the University Hospital in Lund on Saturday night after a short period of illness. “Mikael has with his strong entrepreneurship inspired the employees in the company, during the first 16 years as Managing Director...
Submitted on September 13, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
The sacking came after a restructure of the ASIAL board cut 6 places from the 14-seat national committee, bringing numbers down to a more manageable 8 members at the expense of 5 state chairmen. Given that state associations were wooed...
Submitted on September 13, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
In checkpoint settings where large portals are impractical, or where high throughput is required, a simple touch of the Itemiser FX finger pad directly samples and quickly analyzes people for trace particles of explosives and narcotics. Through it's direct and...
Submitted on September 13, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
Dennis Raefield, President of Rosslare Security Products, Inc. stated “We are excited to be building a strong relationship with Tri-Ed, which has a great reputation and drive for huge growth in North America. “They are a quality supplier and we...
Submitted on September 13, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
ADT currently maintain CityRail's CCTV services and has been involved in the installation and maintenance of the system for a number of years. "We are delighted to be involved in this extensive security project and believe that RailCorp's decision to...
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