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Panasonic showcased some of its new security/surveillance technology at this year’s International Security Conference and Exposition (ISC West). Check out some of the products and solutions displayed this year.
Avaya Receives NorthFace ScoreBoard Award for Delivering ‘World-Class’ Customer Service
See more here at Avaya’s newsroom website.
A legal battle is about to unfold between the venerable metropolis of Los Angeles and the mighty, soon-to-be-merged Time Warner Cable.
According to the L.A. City Attorney, TWC has consistently failed to pay for its usage of the public right of way, among other things. TWC maintains that, considering its status as a major job-creating economic actor, all this legal action is oh so unnecessary.
Take a look at Panasonic’s new, clearer, faster network camera system in this announcement from March 4. Includes pricing and model numbers and detailed product descriptions.
From the summary:
“Panasonic today announced the availability of the first four indoor dome network cameras in its new industry-leading 6 Series i-PRO camera platform featuring its next-generation UniPhier processor.”
“One of the officials likened the situation to a 911 call but police not knowing what address to go to.”
The value of a good phone system and a good emergency plan cannot be understated. Strong and secure communication lifelines are vital in the all-too-common crazed lone gunman scenario as well as in natural disasters like fires and earthquakes.
See this blurb detailing Avaya’s continuing efforts to reach out to small and midsize businesses.
Detroit will be adding cameras to its buses in an effort to increase passenger and operator security in the wake of the cash-strapped city’s cutbacks in public safety expenditures.