On September 10, Keep Your IP participated in the 17th Annual Total Monitoring Services (TMS) Golf Tournament and Scholarship Awards at the Turkey Creek Golf Club in Lincoln, California.
Traditional alarm equipment has been almost completely replaced by web-based security systems. These modern systems require a full shift to internet protocol (IP) connections in order to reach central station receivers. It can be done through wired networks or wirelessly with cellular modalities, but there’s no way around the IP connection.
The International Security Conference & Exposition, better known as ISC West, is back this year — and Keep Your IP will be onsite to join in the fun! This annual conference is an outstanding time to explore cutting edge products and technologies for the security industry. We love seeing the latest and greatest solutions while sharing what we have to offer as well.
** US-West-O1 San Diego Site Outage ** Tertiary Update ** As of early this morning, all data center infrastructure is back online, including cooling and UPS (both A & B systems), and N+1 generator protection is enabled. The secondary generator will undergo emergency parts replacement tomorrow. A notice will be sent as soon as this …
As a worldwide security telecommunications provider for security dealers and central stations, KeepYourIP is proud to announce that we have joined the membership of the Canadian Security Association (CANASA). CANASA is Canada’s number one security industry organization with 1,000+ members strong and growing across 10 regions of the country.
The alarm panel business has progressed significantly since its early days of only communicating their signals through the use of copper phone lines. Today system vendors and installers have a choice of several robust means of connecting with a monitoring station including dial up, radio links of all ranges, cellular and IP pathways.