Make Way for the Installation Connection at ISC Solutions
Every week is security week when you're in this industry. But in November, Northeast-based Security Week attendees will get quadruple the punch with a number of events designed for security decision makers, dealers, systems integrators, end users, consultants/specifiers and technology providers' lined up. And for installation best practices, ISC Solutions, November 2 through 3 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center, New York City, is the place to be, where Westminster, Colo.-based PSA Security Network will host a program consisting of integrator case studies showcasing the best of integrated technology specifications and system design. See a solution you think would best fit your customer and want more information on how to install it? Visit the new Solutions Theatre on the show floor and check out the Tools of the Trade Pavilion, which will feature some of the everyday tools that will enable you to install a more comprehensive or detailed security system. Make sure you stop at the Security Connection, a designated area where dealers and integrators can network with end users, explain their services and hopefully garner more business.
"Based on the insightful feedback we received from the industry, we're convinced that this year's ISC Solutions will be different than any other in the past," said Ed Several, senior vice president and general manager, ISC Events. "With the Solutions Theatre and more exhibitors with new technologies, coupled with opportunities to meet end users, we know this year's event will be a valuable investment of time."
Check out www.iscsolutions.com to learn more about the events going on during Security Week.
Sneak peek: dealer and integrator education track
Add these show-floor sessions to your schedule by using the ISC Solutions mobile app:
Wednesday, November 2
1:45 to 2:45 p.m.
How to Secure Recurring Monthly Revenue in Today's Economic Climate
Hear firsthand from dealers and other session panelists, their experiences and challenges in generating recurring monthly revenue. Find out what works, what doesn't and learn new methods to grow your business.
Thursday, November 3
11:15 to 12:15 p.m.
Performing a Proper Risk/Vulnerability Analysis
Walk through the steps in implementing an accurate risk/vulnerability matrix to design the right type of long-term surveillance system-IP, CCTV or other-for your customer.
1 to 2 p.m.
Driving a Culture of Innovation in the Security Cloud
This case-study style discussion will help you address how, using the cloud, you can address your customer's security needs. In addition, learn how converging some of your solutions into the cloud will better benefit you in the years to come.
3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
The Third Revolution in Mobile Services: Near Field Communication
NFC credentials (mainly NFC-enabled handsets) are projected to increase dramatically in the next five years to reach 920 million shipments in 2015, according to IMS Research USA, Austin, Texas. Still, questions remain. Can all phones be converted to NFC? How secure will transactions across NFC-enabled devices be? Will consumers be able to use their NFC-enabled devices worldwide? Sit in on this session as industry experts from HID Global and ASSA ABLOY address some of these questions and discuss their application of NFC technology.
Calling All Consultants!
Head over to Hall 1A of the Jacob Javits Convention Center for the Crunch 'n Learn series presented by SecuritySpecifiers.com. Held Wednesday November 2, 11 to 2 p.m., this course will provide intensive programming training and discussion of available design and product solutions on the market today. For more information, visit http://www.securityspecifiers.com/Consultants.asp.
IESA/ESA Talking Points: Monitoring Brouhaha Continues
The Illinois Electronic Security Association (IESA) and the Electronic Security Association (ESA) joined forces last month, hosting a legislative dinner to discuss industry topics affecting the private alarm monitoring business.