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October 28, 2008 - Volume 4 Issue 22
Toronto police chief extends olive branch to security industry
Toronto's top cop Bill Blair called for greater co-operation between police and the security industry at Security Canada Central in Toronto Oct. 23.
The electronic doorman
In the nightclub and entertainment industry, institutional memory is short; frequently, patrons who are thrown out one night get back in the next, with no way to follow up and no way to stop them from creating problems again.
At construction sites and remote areas without power or phone lines, security has always been an issue. Too often, hiring security guards isn’t necessarily a feasible option either.
The best evidence
Alexander Fernandes, president and CEO of Vancouver-based Avigilon knows a thing or two about running a successful tech company and identifying a market in need of a tool.
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Mini-Dome operates in low light
New Cisco software manages 16 cameras simultaneously
Keypad is compact, easy to install
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