Area businesses attend “Raising Your Information Security Knowledge” (RISK) seminar

Representatives from several area businesses attended a seminar co-hosted by Greenbrier Communications and SonicWall titled “Raising your Information Security Knowledge” on April 22nd. The seminar, also referred to as RISK 3.0, presented a comprehensive look at the ever increasing severity and volume of threats to business information networks, data and IT assets. Some of the more sobering “hard [...]

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Greater Greenbrier Valley Home Builders Association learns about “Smart-Home” solutions.

On Monday, April 20th, Greenbrier Communications hosted the monthly meeting of the Greater Greenbrier Home Builders Association which was held at the Greenbrier Valley Airport. Members were provided information and had the opportunity to view a demonstration of the latest technology available in the automation and control of home security, lighting and HVAC systems. Discussions highlighted the importance, particularly in [...]

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WV State Fair to implement expanded Wi-Fi network.

The State Fair of West Virginia has selected Greenbrier Communications to implement an expanded Wireless Network on the fairgrounds located in Fairlea, WV. Wi-Fi access points will be installed in various locations to create a wireless “mesh” network. The resulting “hot spots” will enable State Fair vendors and attendees to have access to wireless internet service [...]

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WV Home Show provides attendees opportunity to learn about home automation products

Greenbrier Communications was one of over 150 exhibitors to participate in the 2009 West Virginia Home Show, held on April 3rd, 4th and 5th at the Charleston, WV Civic Center. Visitors to GCom’s booth were able to get some “hands-on” exposure to several Control 4 and HAI home automation products. Among the home technology solutions presented were [...]

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Local Law Enforcement Vehicles to be equipped with laptops

Greenbrier Communications has been selected by the Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Department to supply 22 laptop computers for use in County Law Enforcement vehicles. The laptops are capable of connecting to the county 911 Center through a secure virtual private network and can be used for validating driver and motor vehicle data and for transmission of alerts and other law enforcement information. The [...]

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