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Jan
08
2018

PCS Mobile will be a sponsor for the Mid–Year Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police Conference

Posted by Dave LaFleur

The 2018 Mid-Year Conference will be held in Evans, Colorado on February 15 and 16. There will be a new chief's orientation February 12 through the 14.



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Jan
08
2018

Meet our new Midwest and South Regional Sales Manager John France

Posted by Dave LaFleur

John France comes to us from Panasonic.  A member of the healthcare mobility team, his sales domain included ruggedized Toughbook and Toughpad PCs, commercial-grade displays, surgical monitors and other high quality products used in general surgery and by nursing and administrative staff.  John and [Read More...]



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Nov
10
2017

Need a Grant to Fund that CJIS Security Policy/Advanced Authentication Project? Or Community Project?

Posted by Dave LaFleur

Federal and state grants are part of the budget picture for nearly every public sector agency in the country, but many agencies are understaffed for grants development or lack experience with grant programs that could dramatically increase their capacity to leverage technology to advance their [Read More...]



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Sep
15
2017

Intro to Genetec’s Community Connect.

Posted by Dave LaFleur

Community Connect™ is the Genetec framework that facilitates public-private collaboration to improve urban safety. Built on a foundation of technology that reinforces community policing, our approach allows members of a community to participate and work towards common goals such as public safety, [Read More...]



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May
22
2017

WannaCry: Widespread Ransomware Attack Hits 230,000 Computers in 150 Countries!

Posted by Dave LaFleur

If your organization hasn’t been hit by the WannaCry/WanaCrypt0r 2.0 ransomware yet, you’ve either already taken the correct precautions or you’ve lucked out.  Although an accidental kill-switch discovery has temporarily slowed the attack, experts state that continued cyber-assaults are imminent.  [Read More...]



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