SECURITY NOW Guide Tells Businesses How Not to Get Ripped Off

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Everything you need to know about electronic security systems for your business including intrusion, fire, card access and digital video.

SECURITY NOW - A Guide to Electronic Security provides all the information business owners need to decide on the best electronic security solution for their business or property.

SECURITY NOW is a step-by-step guide to assist business owners and managers in solving their unique security problems through the latest technology.

SECURITY NOW covers all security issues from liability to loss prevention with sections on every type of electronic security system including digital video, card access, intrusion & fire alarms, biometrics and logical access.

SECURITY NOW also provides information on selecting security contractors and vendors and how to negotiate the right system to solve your security needs.

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SECURITY NOW is available under the following ISBN numbers:

ISBN 978-1-4303-0215-5

ISBN 1430302151


Ed Morawski has been involved with electronic & physical security since 1973 when he began working as a technician for American Alarm Company in Cincinnati, OH. He become manager of the central station and worked there for ten years until the company was acquired by Honeywell Alarm.

Mr. Morawski moved to Los Angeles in 1983 and for the next 13 years held various positions at API, the largest security company in California. API was acquired by ADT in 1996 and he became Regional Installation Manager and later Western Region Manager for the Engineered Systems Division.

In 1998 he helped start UPS Security, which was primarily involved in remote management of security systems for several of the largest property management companies in the nation.

Mr. Morawski moved to Brassfield Communications in 2006 where he is the Director of Engineering overseeing security system design for many other large customers such as Amgen and Kaiser Healthcare.

Ed Morawski also started Hi-Tech-Consulting in 2005 to assist small business customers in getting electronic security systems utilizing the very latest technology and thinking.


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