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Day: June 3, 2018

Why Innovation Is Key to Keeping Pace With Rise of Subscription Models

5.30.18 – Security Sales & Integration – Super-regional and national alarm monitoring companies especially have recognized that innovation is even more important as the alarm and premises control … Striving to come up with new ideas to keep operations, products and service offerings fresh? The process of making all that happen successfully centers on innovation. While deliberating new ideas is […]

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Advice: Stop Relying Solely on Floor Plans and Start Taking Pictures

5.28.18 – SSI – Shane Clary presents real-world examples of how pictures and site visits can fill in the details that floor plans may miss during systems design. As part of my regular job, I look at a lot of building plans and visit building sites, both existing and under construction. Depending on the plans provided, […]

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Don’t Get Sued: The Importance of Proper Employee Agreements

5.28.18 – SSI – Legal expert Ken Kirschenbaum shares a recent ADT lawsuit to shed light on the importance of proper employment agreements and arbitration clauses. Not long ago an aggrieved former ADT sales rep filed a lawsuit against his employer in California’s federal court, in a case with relevance and potential ramifications for other installing security […]

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7 Sneaky Ways Burglars Can Break into Your House

5.14.18 – MSN – Most of the time, they’re not ‘breaking’ in at all – ‘Most burglars aren’t using ladders or ropes or digging holes to get into your home,’ says Emily Patterson, a home security expert for ASecureLife.com. According to her research, an overwhelming majority of burglars enter homes through the doors and windows. Thirty-four […]

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BBB warns consumers about switching alarm companies

5.31.18 – fox2now.com – St. Louis – Better Business Bureau warns consumers to use caution when approached by door-to-door salespeople that urge them to switch alarm companies. Click to watch a video  

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ADI – Austin, TX  Expo – Tuesday, June 26, 2018

TBFAA will offer the National Electrical Code (NEC) Low Voltage Update. Taught by – Kelly Ryan, TBFAA President  this course will meet the Texas DPS state licensing requirement for an update on the National Electrical Code (NEC). Learn how the NEC applies to low voltage systems. Review requirements for panel accessibility, connections, protection of wiring, […]

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Just Say No: How to Avoid Costly Distractions at the Office

5.30.18 – SSI –  Paul Boucherle Paul Boucherle explains why staving off myriad potential distractions means learning how to say no — a lot. We left you hanging by your fingernails last month waiting to read how James Bond antagonist-turned-good-guy Dr. No will help you conquer the dreaded Time Vampires that suck away everyday productivity in various forms. So what […]

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6-3-18 Weekly News

Texas News ADI – Austin, TX  Expo – Tuesday, June 26, 2018 TBFAA will offer the National Electrical Code (NEC) Low Voltage Update. Taught by – Kelly Ryan, TBFAA President  this course will meet the Texas DPS state licensing requirement for an update on the National Electrical Code (NEC). Learn how the NEC applies to […]

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