eSentire Managed Detection and Response Wins Best Security Solution in HFM U.S. Hedge Fund Technology Awards for Third Consecutive Year
Three-peat Award Win Demonstrates Continued Success in Hedge Fund Cybersecurity Landscape
Leviton Delivers New Wi-Fi Lighting Automation Solution with Voice Control, Scheduling and Remote Access
Affordable Decora Smart™ with Wi-Fi Technology product family lets homeowners control lights from anywhere
ISC West - Platinum Tools® Features Net Chaser™ Ethernet Speed Certifier and Network Tester at 2017 ISC West
Net Chaser is a Complete Solution to Test & Speed Certify Data-Carrying Capabilities of Ethernet Cables up to 1 GB/S
Leading Southern California and Nevada AV distributor and family business, reflects on its growth and accomplishments spanning four generations.
Brian Heater for TechCrunch: On a November, 2015 morning in Bentonville, Arkansas, first responders discovered a corpse floating in a hot tub. The home’s resident, James Andrew Bates, told authorities he’d found the body of Victor Collins dead that morning. He’d gone to bed at 1 AM, while Collins and another friend stayed up drinking. This past December, The Information reported that authorities had subpoenaed Amazon over the case. The police were considering Bates a suspect in what they suspected was a murder after signs of a struggle were found at the scene. They hoped his Echo might hold some insights into what happened the night before. Amazon initially pushed back against the request, citing First Amendment protections, but ultimately conceded when Bates agreed to allow the information to be handed over to police. While Amazon’s fight has been rendered moot, this case lays groundwork for some tough and important conversations to come, raising a slew of fascinating questions around the technologies. Cont'd...
New brands extend product options for audio, video and surveillance dealers from the 12 PowerHouse Alliance distributor members.
Applications open for installers and integrators to receive benefits for proven excellence
Tas Bindi for ZDNet: Comcast has completed its acquisition of Icontrol Networks' Converge business, which creates Internet of Things (IoT) and connected home security solutions. Converge already powers Comcast's XFinity Home, in that it allows Comcast to communicate with and manage security sensors that are part of Xfinity Home, and also supports home-automation devices like cameras and thermostats. While the terms of the deal remain undisclosed, Comcast SVP and XFinity Home general manager Daniel Herscovici explained in a blog post that the acquisition will give the company full control over Icontrol's research and development roadmap. Specifically, it will allow the company to accelerate the pace of XFinity Home's development, especially in the area of connected home security. Cont'd...
The FRM Series is a Non-Penetrating Roof Mount Designed for Numerous Applications, Including Wireless CCTV Signal Communication, that Won't Damage Roofing Surfaces
Antonio Villas-Boas for Business Insider: Nest, the struggling connected-smart-home company bought by Google's parent company, Alphabet, in 2014, will expand its range of smart-home products with new and updated devices you can control from apps on your mobile devices, according to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman. Those new products include a home-security alarm system with window and door sensors, a key fob for arming and disarming your alarm, and a smart doorbell with a camera. The news comes after a tumultuous period at Nest, during which the cofounder and CEO, Tony Fadell, resigned amid criticism of his management style and a lack of new products. The new products would give Nest a more complete presence in the smart-home ecosystem, instead of forcing users to mix devices from a variety of companies. Cont'd...
AARP, CVS Health, Healthways, Johnson & Johnson, MDLIVE, Philips, and Samsung to participate at Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers
Parks Associates announces session topics and advisory board participants for fourth-annual conference in San Diego
From Nest: Here's how it works: the first time you sign into your Nest Account after activating two-factor authentication, you'll type in your email and password as always, but then you'll get a text with a verification code. Enter the code and you're set. To turn on two-factor authentication, go to the Nest app, tap the menu icon on the top left, then go to the category Account Security. You'll see an option there to activate "2-step verification." After you've turned it on, you'll need to sign in again. It takes a minute or two for our customers, but for hackers working from computers all over the world, things get a whole lot harder.
Maryland Public School System Streams Live Programming to YouTube Using Osprey Video Hardware Encoder
Talon G1 Enables MCPS-TV to Stream SDI Signals With Embedded Closed Captions
Despite the buzz surrounding video over IP and the next-generation SMPTE 2110 standard, there's still the reality of everyday SDI workflows. The new 400 Series 3 platform is the perfect choice for accommodating high-density SDI and the creation of IP signals from a central frame. Coupled with Utah Scientific's renowned support and legendary reliability, the 400 Series 3 can handle any number of IP and SDI video signal formats along with audio and data.
Now Shipping and Made in the USA, LanSeeker is a Fast, Rugged Cable Tester and Tone Generator in One Unit with Detachable Remote Unit, Testing for Shorts, Opens, Miswires, Reversals, and Split Pairs
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C1M1 offers a truly significant reduction in transmission time in comparison to other communicators that rely on dial capture or data bus decoding. This can result in quicker response time to emergency situations which could save lives and assets. By providing both IP and cellular pathways, C1M1 provides the reliability installers are looking for in an alarm communicator. C1M1 eliminates port forwarding and extra fees for remote access. Installers can remotely upload/download programming changes to M1 controls over IP or cellular using ElkRP2. Consumers can control the M1 remotely via the free ElkLink mobile app and web portal, as well as eKeypad and M1 Touch Pro apps. Other IP-based software and interface partners can connect to the M1 control over the local network through C1M1. C1M1 also provides email/text notifications for arm, disarm, and alarm events. ELK-C1M14GSM supports GSM (AT&T/T-Mobile) networks and ELK-C1M1CDMA supports CDMA (Verizon) networks.