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September 26, 2008 - Volume 4 Issue 20
CANASA loses another employee
CANASA has lost another staff member with the resignation of Deborah Thompson, director of marketing and communications with the association. She was in the position for one year.
Security managers can expect to see physical security functions become even more tightly entwined with other aspects of the enterprise as companies begin to adopt a more unified physical infrastructure (UPI) approach.
Dedicated Micros talks product strategy at ASIS
Following the announcement in July that Dr. Alan Calegari would be stepping down as president and CEO of Dedicated Micros to become non-executive chairman of the company SP&T News spoke with Mark Provinsal, vice-president of strategic marketing and product development who was named executive vice-president of operations at the company.
Canada Border Services Agency has awarded IndigoVision a multi-million contract to provide IP-CCTV systems for the US-Canadian border crossings from the East to West coast.
Pushbuttons that won’t push your buttons
Smarter security on smart phones
Anytime, anywhere surveillance
On deck: Coming up in the October issue of SP&T News
Security Systems Integrator of the Year:
Product focus: Monitors
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