In today’s fast paced world, building managers and property owners face multiple challenges when it comes to keeping their tenants and assets safe and secure. Many manage multiple buildings – sometimes in different states – and must keep an eye on their facilities at all times.
Dealers and integrators still have questions about cloud-based services, so we asked Service Manager Michael Troiani of Idesco Corp. in New York City for his input.
SourceSecurity.com: What is your opinion of the security of cloud-based services?
By: Al Colombo- Published in Security Sales & Integration - January 2015
Access Control ranks among the top three revenue achievers in the security market today. And now that a significant portion of the industry is finally embracing managed and hosted access control, new sources of recurring revenue have emerged for security integrators and alarm dealers. This access business model, however, is not new to the security industry.
By: Rodney Bosch - Published in Security Sales & Integration - January 2015
For more than a century, the famous Flatiron Building here has occupied a piece of curiously shaped real estate at 175 Fifth Avenue, sitting on a small triangular island at 23rd Street and Broadway, facing Madison Square.
By: Michael Troiani - Published in the New York Real Estate Journal - November 2014
As technology constantly evolves and
security systems continue to grow, one can never underestimate the importance
of support and service. Companies need to offer, invest and upgrade
end-to-end support services to keep the pace with ever changing technology in
the security space without having any negative impact on the quality of
services they provide.
By: Ralph C. Jensen - Published in Security Products Magazine - September 2014
Idesco Corp. started in the security business in the early
1940s. They began with ID badging for the Department of the Army. Well, times
have changed, a lot, in the past seven or eight decades but one constant is
that Idesco is still involved in security. In fact, company president Andrew
Schonzeit says Idesco’s biggest asset, as an integrator, is that they "stay one