- Deploying IoT Devices
- Averting Workplace Violence
- Automating Emergency Communication
- Making Cities Smarter
- Security by Design
Best practices for managing and securing IoT networks
By Ryan Zatolokin
The number and breadth of devices that make up the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to grow rapidly, with everything from kitchen appliances to video surveillance and access control systems offering the ability to connect to a network.
Commercial properties demand planning and communications
By Greg Falahee
Today’s property manager has many tasks to complete on a daily basis: navigating the ins and outs of the business, ensuring that all processes, systems and personnel are in place to secure their physical assets, and creating a positive environment for tenants and visitors.
Emergency communications are especially necessary when dealing with safety issues
By Pat Scheckel
The Internet of Things continues to grow, offering new possibilities for organizations to communicate messages and automate processes. This can be especially helpful when dealing with safety issues.
Solutions provide security environment for educational institutions
In the past few years, tragic events have increased awareness for educational institutions across America. This recent spike has reminded educators and security officers alike that it is the responsibility of schools to ensure the safety of their students and employees and protect school property and equipment from theft or damage, encouraging them to invest in security systems.
A cell phone is not an emergency communication plan
By Joe Byron
For campuses nationwide, emergency communication planning is not a topic that is taken lightly, nor should it be.
Why multi-campus facilities are investing in centralized access control
By Jeremy Saline
Providing security, managing budgets, gaining efficiencies— these are just a few of the many objectives that facility managers have to balance at once.
It’s all in the cloud with no hardware involved
By Ben Rowe
We know by now that there is an abundance of business advantages in the cloud — it’s agile and cost-efficient, and, with little to no hardware maintenance, it’s easier to update and perform maintenance on than traditional on-site servers.
Holding the key to simplifying surveillance and building systems
By Eric Bassier
A new IT trend–“hyperconvergence”–may hold the key to simplifying this task while also enabling significantly more sophisticated ways to tap the value of data many organizations are already collecting.
By Bob Carter
Safe cities attract businesses, foster innovation and provide countless opportunities. By working collaboratively, both public and private sectors can contribute to a solid foundation for the success of these great cities and their citizens.
It’s going to become the ubiquitous platform for physical security, so start querying now
By Martin Renkis
Do you want the real bottom line in providing cloud services for video, access control and other integrated services?
By Will Wise
The world is quickly urbanizing, and people are flocking from suburbs and rural areas to cities more than ever before.
Modern technology is able to help hospitals manage safety
By Noah Reiter
To ensure continual patient care and remain compliant with regulations, hospitals have well-documented security protocols and deploy technology to ensure those can be executed smoothly, from cybersecurity solutions on the digital side to video surveillance and door scanners, among other tools, on premises.
Cloud-based video surveillance is here to stay
By Jeff Whitney
Security professionals face many challenges in selecting video surveillance systems that address their unique needs.
Turning information overload into actionable intelligence
By Kevin Taylor
Technology—from street lights to telephones—has been at the heart of modern cities for more than a century.
Compound annual growth expected to continue through 2023
By Brian Mallari
Security is top of mind for consumers around the
world and businesses across industries.
By Ralph C. Jensen
I’m a pretty lucky guy. I get to drive to work with my best friend. Each day when I drop my wife off at her office I am hopeful that everything is OK when she goes into her office.
Why you might need to rethink what’s protecting your outdoor surveillance camera
By Kaitlyn DeHaven
The world of outdoor security cameras is changing rapidly, and with it, the need for secure, high-quality camera housing.