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Posted: Oct 30, 2018
Categories: News
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by Michelle Yungblut - Chief Knowledge Officer

A couple weekends ago we went to the family lake house out in the country and while there my ten-year-old daughter asked if she could learn to drive the golf cart. That led to my eight-year-old son asking to do the same. My husband and I agreed and thought it would be a good precursor to them eventually learning how to drive a car. Wow, was it trying.

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Posted: Oct 22, 2018
Categories: News, Leadership Summit
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"Great leaders don't like to see people fail,” says Murphy. “Hiring is one of the most difficult parts of leadership, simply because it goes against everything else leaders do that makes them so effective.”

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Posted: Oct 22, 2018
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Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors to be offered courses in high-growth electronic security and life safety industry

The electronic security and life safety industry presents a wealth of opportunities for today’s high school graduates. Advancements in the industry have placed it in the fast-moving, high-tech arena. Jobs in the industry are interesting, challenging, pay well and are recession proof. They also provide a solid career path and the opportunity to make a difference.

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Posted: Oct 10, 2018
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ESA is proud to recognize the distinguished group of companies supporting the industry in 2018 through its Executive Strategic Partners program.

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Posted: Oct 9, 2018
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September brought several bills in California to an expected conclusion. AB 1906 and SB 327 relating to information privacy and connected (IoT) devices was signed into law. California also enacted an expansion of its Consumer Privacy Act. SB 1121 was signed by the Governor on September 23rd and is still being evaluated for its potential ramifications to businesses that must comply with its numerous provisions.

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Posted: Oct 9, 2018
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by Chris Heaton - Vice President for Advocacy and Public Affairs

I was around, as many of you were, when the name “Bork” became a verb and Clarence Thomas called his confirmation a “high-tech lynching.“ It was plain to anyone paying attention, that selecting a Supreme Court justice — when the ideology of the nominee shifts the potential outcome of decisions — would go beyond “advise and consent.”

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