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MBM DestroyIt Paper Shredder Whitepaper

Business Shredders High-Tech Document Destruction

The need to efficiently dispose large quantities of documents in the workplace has transformed the simple paper shredder into an advanced piece of office equipment.


City College Printing Student IDs Saving Time

City College of San Francisco chose to roll out the printers fully for the following semester. With the new system, the college now reduces time and frustration—and lines—for staff and students.
Across 85,000 students, City College now produces ID cards in just one-sixth the time it took before. For 85,000 students, that’s a savings of more than 2,000 hours—dramatic time-savings for staff and students.


Zebra Technologies White Paper

Retransfer Technology Delivers Optimal Card Printing Solution

Retransfer technology is the optimal on-demand printing solution for meeting the stringent image quality and encoding standards that advanced card applications require. In the past, desktop retransfer printers offered low printing speeds and image quality, thus limiting their applicability in many card issuance applications. This lack of performance and quality slowed the adoption of retransfer technology industry-wide. Today, however, innovative technology for retransfer printing delivers a fast, flexible, and affordable solution.




VideoIQ Birmingham Alabama

Intelligent Surveillance Case Study Birmingham Alabama

The Challenge Efficiently and cost-effectively increase safety and security with limited security personnel in sprawling downtown area of Birmingham, Alabama The Solution Use of VideoIQ intelligent video surveillance cameras throughout the downtown core, installed, managed and monitored by ION Interactive; Team of remote guards leveraged to cost-effectively extend reach of existing security staff The Result Instant detection and notification of suspicious behavior, enabling guards to evaluate the situation and dispatch police immediately to prevent crime and keep city streets safe and secure


VideoIQ Intelligent Storage

Intelligent Storage IP Video Surveillance

The security industry has adopted a centralized storage approach for IP video surveillance systems. Manufacturers followed traditional data center designs, assuming that it was best to use the standard architecture for Information Technology (IT). However, many of the growing issues with IP video systems today, such as bandwidth, storage and maintenance costs, are the direct result of this centralized storage architecture.


White Paper: Outdoor Video Security: Nine Success Factors

Outdoor Video Security: Nine Success Factors

The effectiveness and costs of automated outdoor video surveillance solutions vary widely. This white paper is intended for people who manage and implement outdoor surveillance solutions for perimeters or buffer zones.


White Paper: Pre-emptive, Economic Security for Perimeters & Outdoor Areas

Pre-Emptive, Economic Security for Perimeters & Outdoor Areas

Without reliable detection, an outdoor security system cannot be trusted. Excessive false alarms waste manpower and fail to command appropriate attention. Learn what is essential for reliable outdoor security.


White Paper: Using Portable Automated Surveillance to Solve Theft, Vandalism and Security Challenges

Using Portable Automated Surveillance to Solve Theft, Vandalism and Security Challenges

Public safety organizations need cost-effective ways to address outdoor security challenges. New advances in rapidly deployable surveillance cameras and intruder detection accuracy make it possible to increase security and responsiveness even in remote areas that lack infrastructure.


Whitepaper: Understanding CFATS

Understanding CFATS: What It Means to Your Business

In 2006, the U.S. Congress mandated that “High Risk” chemical facilities develop and implement security plans to guard against the possibility of terrorism. Congress authorized the Department of Homeland Security to develop and administer the appropriate regulations. Congress established fines of $25,000 per day and closure of the facility as the penalties for any company found to be out of compliance. In 2008, DHS began the rollout of the regulation with the most significant and complicated portion of the implementation beginning now.


Access Control Changing Technologies

Voice of customer research shows end-users need help in balancing security requisites with technology scope.


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