Integrators are a key partner in many enterprises’ security programs, but they also have the unique viewpoint across the industry, foreseeing the next trends from manufacturers while understanding the demands and needs of integrators.
How a Mid-Sized Housing Authority Took the Leap into 21st Century Surveillance to Reduce Crime and Improve Quality of Life
July 2, 2013
In Pittsburgh, Pa., residents of housing authority properties were afraid, and their quality of life was suffering. Shootings often went unreported, a lack of usable evidence kept criminal elements on the streets, and residents were being victimized.
The U.S. Office of Personnel Management has had 18 investigators convicted of falsifying reports since 2006, and a lack of resources is preventing officials from processing a backlog of an additional 36 cases.
In the age of Big Data where volume, velocity and variety of data is increasing complexity both internally and externally, integrating new data sources is bringing organizations tremendous opportunities to mitigate threats in new, innovative ways.
Scientists in Australia's Rainforests and California's Beaches Use Business Analysis to Collect Data and Save the Ecosystem
June 3, 2013
As environmental regulations increase, industrialization’s effects stretch further and ecological scientists grasp for new ways to collect vital data, some parties are all reaching for the same thing: business intelligence.
Back in time, I was getting a personal tour of historic computers in the Smithsonian by none other than the famous computer scientist Captain Grace Murray Hopper, who is said to have coined the term “computer bug.”