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Fueled by a plethora of new digital and wireless technology, the home security industry is growing 5 percent to 10 percent each year, according to multiple sources. Defenders, which was founded by husband and wife Dave and Jessica Lindsey in 1998, has grown at a 20 percent annual rate the past two years, with revenue projected to exceed $600 million this year. And with security systems in only 22 percent of U. S. households and home automation technology taking off, Defenders CEO Jim Boyce is confident there is still plenty of room for growth. “This is a great, great business,” Boyce told IBJ. “There are tons of innovations going on within this industry and that’s going to push growth. ”But the potential has spawned a plethora of new competitors, from cable television providers such as Comcast, to telephone companies including ATandT and Verizon, and the latest—internet retail behemoth Amazon. The leaders at Defenders aren’t overly concerned. “We are excited to see new entrants in the home security industry,” Boyce said. “We believe these brands will increase consumer interest for security and smart home solutions and help grow the overall category.

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But that doesn’t mean Nest is perfect, and there are certain add on subscriptions that you have to have if you want to do specific things with the system. These include T Mobile cellular backup and Nest Aware, both of which can be costly. That’s especially true for people who are just starting out with Nest. The other concern that some people have with Nest is that they’re owned by Google, which is notorious for collecting data on users. If you’re someone who doesn’t want something in your house that may be recording your personal data, like when you’re home or away, when your home is armed or unarmed, and might possibly use that for advertising purposes, it might be best to look elsewhere. Three of the most reputable names in security have merged to provide a personalized, reliable and affordable home security solution.

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