Many facilities throughout the world have fire alarm, burglar alarm and surveillance systems that were installed before the coming of the Internet Age. For many, there is not the financial ability to replace these systems with more up to date equipment nor may there be pressing need as they properly perform their intended purpose. That does not mean that they can not be 'connected' and ‘IP enabled’ for a very reasonable cost.
Discussion of four options for cooling electronic/electrical equipment housed in enclosures and transit cases. These options include thermoelectric air conditioners, compressor-based AC, vortex coolers and air-to-air heat exchangers. Each cooling method is explained and the advantages of thermoelectric air conditioners are examined as compared to the other cooling methods.
Sponsored by EIC Solutions Inc.
While requirements for security systems are constantly increasing, security managers and IT directors are forced to deal with shrinking budgets.
Before deciding on a card printer, you need to know some basics about types of cards, printing methods, quantity of cards being printed, frequency of printing, security elements, image quality, and encoding requirements.
Sponsored by Zebra Technologies
Data overload is a huge problem. Billions of sensors already generate data at staggering rates, and data creation is growing at an annual rate of 60 percent, according to a special report in The Economist (27 Feb. 2010). The same report states that generated data surpassed available storage over three years ago.
This white paper provides a description of the integration process between EasyLobby
Secure Visitor Management (SVM) and a variety of access control systems.
• Enhancing the Perimeter
• Avoiding Danger with Secure Data Storage
• Making Cities Smarter
• Improving Operations
• A Virus on the Move