- TRANSPORTATION SECURITY - Yard and Dock Management
- GOVERNMENT SECURITY - Security in Alphabet City
- RETAIL SECURITY - Hey You, Get Onto My Cloud
- HEALTHCARE SECURITY - Managing Ever-Changing Security Needs
- WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS - Preserving Agriculture
- AIRPORT SECURITY - On Alert
Suite of solutions has cancer institute on cutting edge of security
By Shahar Ze’evi
The urban campus of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston is representative of many modern metropolitan healthcare institutions today, with a main campus in a busy city center that takes advantage of every available square inch.
Security must step in to mitigate rising costs of business
By Eric Breen
Facility managers and warehouse executives are facing unique challenges as logistics continue to increase and become more complex worldwide.
Key differences between government facilities and commercial buildings
By John Bartolac
On the surface, there’s not a great deal that differentiates security in government facilities from security in commercial buildings.
The ups and downs of cloud-powered retail video surveillance
By Martin Renkis
We live in an amazing era of computing that allows almost anyone to view images and videos from around the world on their device of choice with just a few clicks.
South Dakota operation employs security in rural setting
By Wendi Burke
A large agriculture operation in central South Dakota selected Dakota Security Systems to deploy an IP video surveillance system consisting of two HD megapixel indoor dome cameras and 12 HD megapixel exterior dome cameras from IQinVision.
By Ralph C. Jensen
The death of a border patrol agent takes security to a new level and is something all Americans should be seriously concerned about. If this doesn’t worry you, please consider the life and career of CBP Agent Nicholas J. Ivie.
Security begins at the front gate
By Neal Villarin
Millions of fans flock to speedways all over the country to catch a glimpse of the high-octane action that the world of auto racing provides.
Campus Security & Life Safety
State-of-the-art system brings campus into focus
By Del V. Salvi
Middleton High School, a new 253,905-squarefoot facility, opened in Middleton, Idaho, in August 2011, featuring the newest technology throughout its entire campus, from lighting and computer-controlled heating and air conditioning systems to wireless communications technology.
Urban Virginia grade school modernizes with high-tech access control system
By Jumbi Edulbehram
Grade schools aren’t often early adopters of cutting-edge surveillance technology, but St. Mary’s School in Alexandria, Va., is an exception.
Plan ensures that failure is not an option
By Linda Richardson
The key factor behind the success of CAP is having a dedicated technology specialist personally review a customer’s system status daily.
New key control system resolves potential liability issues at Western Kentucky University
By Ralph C. Jensen
The grounds crew, housekeeping and maintenance staff at Western Kentucky University used to carry building keys around with them 24/7 because that was the way it had always been done.
Access control features ease of use and other cost-saving advantages at community college
By David Vaughn
Mountain View College is one of several large schools in the Dallas County Community College District in Dallas, Texas. In two years or less, Mountain View students can earn an associate degree or technical diploma in areas ranging from education, accounting and business to aircraft dispatch, criminal justice and welding technology.