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After I installed Lion, I had duplicate applications in Launchpad. I tried reinstalling Lion and they remained. Another troubleshooting techniques was depressing control + option+ command and that yielded no results.
Sky Sports sources understand Stewart Downing would prefer to join Liverpool, despite interest from Arsenal, and the deal could be finalised on Monday.
The Aston Villa winger was the subject of a £15million bid from Liverpool on Wednesday, but the offer was immediately rejected by Villa Park owner Randy Lerner.
Arsene Wenger's Arsenal, who could lose Samir Nasri and Cesc Fabregas this summer, are thought to have attempted to hijack their Premier League rivals with an £18million bid.
But England winger Downing has set his mind on a move to Anfield and Liverpool are negotiating a price to buy a player who has two years remaining on his current contract.
Having already lost Ashley Young to Manchester United, new Villa manager Alex McLeish hopes the former Middlesbrough star will stay and the club are under no pressure to sell.
The fact Liverpool director of football Damien Comolli and manager Kenny Dalglish have travelled to the Far East for a pre-season tour was also thought to indicate there was no imminent transfer activity.
But Sky Sports sources understand a deal for Downing could be finalised in the early stages of this week.
Mark S. Wilson, vice-president of marketing at Infinova, says that any user whohas both an alarm system and a video system should really integrate them. Find out why.
Security integrators can help their customers extend the effectiveness of their users’ burglar alarms by integrating them with their surveillance systems.
Many customers want to have video integrated with their burglar alarm system so that, if a door opens when it should be closed, motion detectors register the event and prompt the video system to capture images near that door.
An alarm is sent to the on-site security team, directing them to view the cameras covering that area to investigate what's going on.
With such an integration, surveillance cameras record intrusions based on forced entries or detected motion.
Alarm notifications can be handled directly by the people manning the monitoring station as they can visually see the intruder, reducing false alarms and increasing authority response time. In addition, there is now a forensic record to provide to law enforcement.
Upon being notified of a problem, a small business owner can be notified by phone and log onto his/her home computer or laptop to verify what is happening.
At larger facilities, the security guard responding to a break-in can view the affected area on his hand-held smart phone in real time as he's responding to the alarm.
Determine alarm authenticity
Such integrations relieve the burglar alarm system of its most glaring weakness – anti-theft alarm systems are likely to have high false positive rates.
Through the use of mobile devices, alarm monitoring integration solutions can quickly determine the authenticity of the alarm, capturing real-time alerts, and use multimedia mobile phone video clips, sent directly to security guards’ mobile phones.
As a result, users can efficiently reduce the incidence of false positives because guards and other authorized individuals can immediately view the alarm scene to determine if there is a real security threat or not.
Perhaps the alarm is real or was simply caused by an animal or wind.
Installation is simple
In its most elementary form, it is quite easy to integrate alarm systems with video systems.
One simply connects the I/O boxes to the surveillance DVR via a USB or a cable of choice.
Then, connect the dry contacts, smoke sensors, heat sensors and other alarm sensors to the I/O box inputs.
In the surveillance software, arrange that the alarm input from an IO device will alert authorized individuals via email.
Configure the email address to be the address of the security management system device so that a text message is received on alert from the surveillance system.
Then, users remotely log into the surveillance system from a computer or mobile phone to see what is going on.
Any user who has both an alarm system and a video system should really integrate them.
It’s an easy, low-cost solution that will pay dividends quickly, not only cutting false positives but, when there is a problem, assuring that first responders know exactly where to go and what to expect when they get there.
With over 15 years of experience in the Intruder Alarms industry, Absolute Alarms provides fantastic alarms and cctv systems to customers throughout the local area. Set up in 1995, the business is located in Bootle, and covers Merseyside, Lancashire and Cheshire.
Helping clients to get the best in electronic security as soon as possible, the company supplies businesses with a professional alarm and cctv installation service. With state-of-the-art facilities and experienced staff, the service is designed to be cost effective.
The company supplies several types of Alarm systems, as well as CCTV systems that are easy to operate and understand.
Genie releases CCTV and access control interactive technical specification guide for 2011
The new 2011 CCTV/Access Technical Specification Guide from Genie CCTV Ltd, features a line-up of product launches for both CCTV and access control installers and system designers.
The specification guide introduces a new range of cameras featuring the Pixim Seawolf sensor, which boasts 690TVL of useable resolution and WDR, making it suitable for most lighting conditions.
Among the new product line up in the guide, there is also a new range of network IP PoE cameras with resolutions from D1 to 5 Megapixels, a Hybrid DVR, and 5Ghz 300Mbps wireless outdoor bridges.
Completing the line up of new products in the specification guide, there is the BIOCARD 8, an all-in-one individual patented dual chip biometric proximity device for positive identification, a range of standalone and networked biometric readers, electric strikes, and more.
Binit Shah, Genie’s marketing and new business development manager, said: "2011 will be an exciting year for Genie CCTV Ltd with important technology launches in all our key product areas of CCTV and access control.
“Buyers and Installers will find details in our 175 page interactive technical specification guide user friendly and very easy to follow."
Everton will introduce a new competitive pricing structure for Barclays Premier League matches next season – including money off standard prices for at least two fixtures.
Following on from the season ticket price freeze announced for 2011/12 earlier this year, Blues officials have revealed that a new grading system will be introduced for all league games at Goodison Park.
There will be five categories of game - grade A-E - with the prices reflecting the scale and the timing of the fixture.
The grade A game will carry the highest premium whilst the Club has introduced Grade E games that will be cheaper than the standard 2011/12 prices. Grade D is the standard matchday price for next season and covers 50 per cent of fixtures.
Alongside the new grading system junior prices remain half the price of adult fixtures for all games and in all areas of the stadium.
Chief Executive Robert Elstone said: “The changes we have opted to make for next season have come about following research we conducted in last season’s fans’ survey.
“We asked a wide range of our supporters to identify what they believed was the optimum pricing for attending matches at Goodison Park and for 2011/12 we have managed to build our entire pricing structure around this – both season tickets and match by match prices.
“In what continue to be tough economic times, we are aware that we needed to make some positive changes, as well as keeping the popular junior offer from last season and we hope as many fans as possible will be able to take advantage over the coming campaign."