Welcome Heather Kirby!

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Heather is our new Order & Sourcing Coordinator in our Northern California office. Heather hails from Martinez where she lives with her husband of 7 years Kevin and her daughter Sydney and son Rick. She stays pretty busy with her kid’s school activities, Girl Scouts, karate lessons, softball and t-ball. Not only that, Heather makes […]

D&D Awarded LAUSD Contract

D&D wins Los Angeles Unified School District Contract for School and Administrative Furniture LAUSD Contract # 44000006549 Bid # 2000001557 (C-275) Term 7/1/18 – 6/30/21 We are pleased to announce that we have received a new contract award from Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD. The new multi-line contract, which was competitively awarded, runs through […]

D&D Announces Promotion of Jeff Rogers to President / COO

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In early 2018, D&D Security Resources, Inc., a leading provider of high quality anti-theft security products, mounting systems and technology furniture and deployments, announced that its Board of Directors had unanimously appointed Jeff Rogers as President / COO. Rogers assumed the role of President immediately and former President Dean Smith assumed the role of CEO […]

Questions to ask Before Investing in Interactive Displays with Lesson Delivery

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New technologies are rapidly changing the education landscape. With exciting new tools, devices, software and content, educators have to often adapt quickly and often the learning curve for them can be steep. In fact, teachers are often on their own to find the content they need for their class curriculum and then square those finds […]

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You Won’t Believe How Thieves Stole TVs from Motel 6

Hotel owners and operators all over the U.S. are a plagued with a serious problem these days with the introduction of flat screen televisions in hotel rooms.  As hoteliers are trying to make rooms more comfortable, with the comforts of home, thieves are taking advantage of the situation by literally ripping televisions off the wall […]

Welcome Ronald Reyes!

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Ronald is our new Sales & Operations Support Analyst in our Northern California office. Ronald comes to D&D from the public sector – spending most of his professional career, thus far, working for the City and County of San Francisco. Ronald studied accounting at the College of San Mateo and also holds a Bachelor of Science […]

Welcome Hardeep Singh!

Hardeep is our new Sales Engineer and eCommerce Manager in our Northern California office. Hardeep comes to D&D by way of Flex – a Bay Area company where he led various marketing initiatives such as Google AdWords, search engine optimization and supported their director of sales with the company’s business needs. As a 2016 graduate from San […]

Is Your Campus IT Equipment Safe From Theft?

With regular headlines about the latest cyber attack, the physical security of IT equipment is often overlooked. Your campuses must, of course, take precautions to protect your staff and student computers, but what about the theft of IT equipment left in your labs, classrooms, meeting halls and libraries? You no doubt have thousands of dollars […]

How Color Can Promote Learning

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Have you been thinking about how to redesign your learning spaces to promote learning? If so, then most likely you’ve thought about how colors affect your students’ behavior – and for good reason! Recent scientific studies have shown that different colors, their combinations, and their placement can have an effect on attention, memory, feelings, and […]

6 Keys to creating an amazing STEM/STEAM MakerSpace

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Key 1 – FLEXIBLE FURNITURE The right type of furniture is the #1 key. Flexibility is created through furnishings that move and stack so teachers and students can change the space to fit their specific project quickly and easily. D&D has the top brands to choose from! Key 2 – STORAGE Storage should accommodate different […]

Welcome Lauren Wood!

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Lauren is our new Accounting Manager in our Northern California office. Lauren hales from Eugene, Oregon, and graduated from Oregon State University in Corvallis. She has also lived in Burlington, Vermont and Austin, Texas (yeah, we were jealous about that Austin thing too). When Lauren isn’t keeping our books pristine she enjoys competitive swing dancing, […]

Immersive Media in Higher Education

Immersive media like virtual reality, augmented reality, and 360 video technologies can help improve the learning experience and is accessible for both students and faculty.  Where are we now with immersive media? Believe it or not, immersive media has been used by people for quite a long time. A few readers may remember the View-Master, a device […]