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Start the day with Breakfast

July 11, 2017 Company News, and Security Richard McMullen

Beginning the day with breakfast is recognized as a healthy way to start your day.  I always enjoy beginning the day with a breakfast meeting with our security technicians.  Admittedly, when I joined FCi in 2007 the breakfast reservation represented a much smaller number of team members.  Recently I was joined by a team of […]

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Contributing to our Industry

May 29, 2017 Company News, and Security Richard McMullen

I recently became the official immediate Past-President of The Canadian Security Association (CANASA) having served as National President for a two year term. Serving as President has been an honour and privilege. The electronic security industry has been a major part of my life since I first entered the industry as a Central Station Operator […]

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BYOD: Disruption-proofing your organization.

May 17, 2017 Wireless Shahab Siddiqui

There are two salient features of mobility devices today that are giving IT departments’ sleepless nights: (1) They are forever, and very rapidly, changing technologies; (2) They are unmistakably getting more expensive! In the disruptive world of technology, one year is enough time to have multiple iterations of devices and technologies. I personally, rather expensively, […]

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Crime Prevention Starts with YOU! – Shoulda Woulda Coulda

April 11, 2017 Security Richard McMullen

I had the opportunity to help launch the 2017 Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) Crime Prevention Campaign (#CrimePreventionONT) on February 21, 2017 at Toronto Police Headquarters.  The Canadian Security Association (CANASA) supports the initiative and has for the past four years.  The theme of the 2017 campaign is “Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda” and is […]

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