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Video surveillance: Integrators' perspective on the year ahead
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How does 2010 look from a video surveillance perspective? Some of the country's leading security integrators recently took a look at several of the major issues facing the surveillance industry in this exclusive roundtable: Video Surveillance—The Year Ahead. More

Extending Ethernet capabilities to enable better network security applications
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Power over Ethernet is both convenient and affordable, says Jonas Rehnberg of ASSA ABLOY Future Labs. The benefits to network security are immense, be it in powering security cameras with added features or enabling better access control systems and intruder deterrents. More

Managing those forgotten mechanical keys
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Many workers no longer get a mechanical key to the office. They get an access card, an electronic key programmed to get them into the office and that can be set to deny them access to restricted areas. But that doesn't mean the mechanical lock and key are gone. They're just less visible than they used to be. And thus easier to forget. That makes keys an unexpected security vulnerability. More

New law would require security systems in Mesa, Ariz., convenience stores
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Mesa, Ariz., Police are asking the city to approve new laws to crack down on crime. The laws aim to make hotels and convenience stores safer. More

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Small business marketing: How to create a Web site
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Establishing your first small business Web site might seem like a major undertaking. If you're confused by terms like domain name, Web hosting service and SEO, it's easy to think that paying a Web professional is the only way you'll get the project done. But you don't have to spend a lot of money or have a degree in Web site design to get a professional-looking site to market your business. Here's what you need to know to get started. More

Recovery Act is helping small businesses
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Small businesses are the backbone of our nation. According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), businesses with fewer than 500 employees were responsible for 64 percent of the job growth in our nation between 1998 and 2008. Since small businesses are responsible for more than half of our nation’s job growth, it only makes sense that they be an important part in our push for a clean energy economy. A new report from the Department of Energy shows that more than $5 billion in Recovery Act dollars and other government funding programs has been awarded to small businesses for clean energy projects. More

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