Surveillance cameras greatly extend our ability to remotely monitor the outdoor movements of people, animals and machinery. But what happens when an area is enveloped in heavy rain, fog, smoke..
We live in a mobile world. People use their smartphones for banking, buying groceries or requesting a ride share pickup. Why not also use these devices to enter places of..
The San Francisco Business Times has named us one of the top woman-owned businesses in the Bay Area. The list of 100 businesses includes privately held companies that are 51%..
Our Central Valley office is growing. Located in Stockton, the office serves Stockton, Sacramento and the surrounding area to provide integrated security systems and managed services for government and commercial..
We’ve been named by SDM magazine as one of North America’s top 100 security integrators. In the publication’s annual listing Ojo came in the top 50 at number 41. Earlier..
We’re very proud to have been named one of the 50 fastest-growing security industry integrators by Security Business magazine. Known as the “Fast50,” the annual ranking is open to all..
It’s considered the largest converged security industry trade show in the United States. Sponsored by the Security Industry Association (SIA), it’s the International Security Conference and Expo, also known as..
We’re gearing up for CASBO 2019 Annual Conference & California School Business Expo. CASO stands for the California Association of School Business Officials. The 90-year-old association has more than 24,000..
We have some pretty exciting news. Our team won an award for our work at the Mineta San Jose International Airport. The award was presented by the International Partnering Institute..
It’s that time of year again when we start planning for our annual golf tournament. This year it will be held on Monday, October 1, 2018 at the Sequoyah Country..
Ojo Technology cautions security systems customers when trying to remedy recently identified CPU vulnerabilities. The Meltdown and Spectre CPU bugs allows hackers to steal information from the memory of other..