Security Solutions: Managing Risk, Preventing Loss and Improving Operational Management to Benefit Your Business
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Protecting your business assets—be it data, currency, or merchandise—is always of paramount importance. However, while security and loss prevention are “must haves” for most any business, traditional solutions can be time consuming to implement, expensive to monitor, and less than complete in their capabilities and effectiveness.

Sprint Emerging Solutions Group has partnered with security industry leaders to deliver wireless-enabled security solutions that not only significantly reduce the time and cost of implementation and monitoring, but also are a dramatic leap forward in security and loss prevention performance compared to current methods.

Join us for this compelling webinar as we discuss the capabilities and benefits of wireless-based security and loss prevention solutions that could dramatically improve the security of your company’s most valuable assets.

What attendees will learn:

  • Insights, industry trends, and best practices from the perspectives of three leaders in wireless-based security and loss prevention: CheckVideo (Cernium), Varisight Surveillance (Feeney Wireless) and Moog Videolarm.
  • How Sprint’s wireless network enables the rapid deployment of highly effective security and loss prevention solutions.

Who should attend:
  • Security and loss prevention decision-makers at companies that want to manage risk, prevent losses and improve business efficiencies.

Presenters:
Phil Robertson
Vice President, Security & Alarm Division
CheckVideo

CheckVideo® provides intelligent video surveillance and alarm verification solutions for enhanced security, communications and business operations. CheckVideo includes software as a service (SaaS) with cloud-based video management functionality and hardware options that allow it to be installed easily and cost-effectively in virtually any indoor, outdoor or remote location. CheckVideo integrates seamlessly with central station automation software or can be self-monitored by security integrators or end users.

Phil Robertson,Vice President, Security & Alarm Division for CheckVideo is a 30-year veteran of the security and loss prevention industries, including 14 years with Sensormatic, the world leader in retail loss prevention. Mr. Robertson holds several patents for business solutions related to security, loss prevention, and operational management. He serves frequently as a panelist for key industry trade organizations and has authored several leading-edge white papers which have influenced the development of many of today’s security and operational management solutions. Mr. Robertson has a unique perspective and ability to link existing and emerging technology to provide solutions that have a positive ROI for businesses and end users alike.

Chris Lindenau
Director of Sales
Moog Videolarm

Moog Videolarm is a leading designer and manufacturer of high-quality, scalable physical-security products. IP Ready™ camera housings, wireless and vandal-resistant camera systems, infrared illuminators, mounting poles, lowering devices, and accessories are a few of the surveillance solutions Moog Videolarm provides to the global marketplace through an international network of distributors, integrators, installers, and partners.

Chris Lindenau is the Director of Sales and Marketing for Moog Videolarm. With over 10 years of experience working in the Security Design and Manufacturing Sector, Chris has a deep knowledge of the camera surveillance market. Chris’ company has helped spearhead the growth of cellular technology in the surveillance sector through the development of its Liberty Series Camera Systems, and Chris has been the key note speaker at many industry events on the subject, including ISC Solutions and BICSI. A Maryland native and former Naval Officer, Chris has a BS from the U.S. Naval Academy and MBA from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Chris Anderson
Product Manager
VaraSight Surveillance

VaraSight Surveillance, a division of Feeney Wireless, is a leading manufacturer of wireless IP camera surveillance systems. VaraSight specializes in surveillance products with emphasis on the design and integration of cellular-based systems. With years of experience in developing IP camera systems, VaraSight combines extensive knowledge of mobile networking technologies and system integration, enabling instant and reliable access to mission critical video from virtually anywhere.

As Director of Video Surveillance at VaraSight Surveillance, Chris Anderson is responsible for day-to-day management of VaraSight Surveillance, the camera and video system division of Feeney Wireless. In his five + years with Feeney, Chris has served as principal architect and subject matter expert for a wide variety remote surveillance and IP and video systems. Anderson has designed and deployed video systems for customers such as WSDOT, Seattle PU/DOT, US Marshalls and other federal agencies. Anderson has over 15 years experience in the IT industry, including consulting, sales, distribution and market research. Anderson also holds vendor certifications for Milestone Xprotect (Corporate, Enterprise and Analytics), Insight Video Net from CMS Software, IQInvision and Netmotion Mobility Engineer.

Denny Nunez
Business Development Manager
Sprint

Denny is Sprint’s Business Development Manager with Sprint’s Machine to Machine group. Over the last 20 years Denny has held sales and marketing positions in the computer, wire line, and wireless industries. In his current role Denny is responsible identifying and developing relationships within the Security M2M segment.

Denny has a BS in Physics from the State University of New York @ Stonybrook, and an MBA from the City University of New York – Baruch College. He live on Long Island with his wife Blanca and 2 Daughters

Carl Ford
Community Developer 4GWE
Crossfire Media

Carl Ford is Co-Founder of Crossfire Media focused on the impact of communications technology on consumers and industry. Carl has been highlighting the key initiatives around the advances of the Commercial Internet since the beginning. From developing product and service strategies to moderating meetings at ETSI, Carl’s 20+ years have always focused on the impact that service cost, regulatory and marketing issues have on rolling out new services.

As a community developer for Pulvermedia, Carl developed all of the VON Conference content. As an integral part of the IP Communications community, Carl has been instrumental in helping develop various trade organizations and has advised many companies on both strategic and technical issues to satisfy the needs of these company’s customers.








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