- CAMPUS SECURITY - Partners in Educations
- MUSEUM SECURITY - The Art of Security
- CASINO SECURITY - Casino Security System Goes IP
- NETWORK CAMERA SOLUTIONS - Critical to Healthcare Security
Fort McDowell Casino achieves usable, reliable and successful security system
Founded in 1983, Fort McDowell Casino in Arizona doesn’t take security lightly. Their security system has undergone a number of transitions over the years to aid in protecting 128,000 square foot of slot machines, 18 blackjack tables, 20 poker tables, a 1,800-seat bingo hall and a golf course.
IP network surveillance is an essential component on a hospital campus
Ensuring the safety and security of patients and employees is critical to healthcare organizations of any size. For larger facilities, the task can seem monumental, leading many in the industry to turn to IP network surveillance technology to help take control of the process.
Baptist hospitals provide healing with strong security
With employees and physicians totaling more than 6,000, Baptist Health Care Network is the largest, non-governmental employer in northwest Florida.
Florida higher education turns to complete security installation
When UCF began planning an upgrade to their security solution—standalone,
battery-operated access control that did not provide the level of security
needed and a variety of small, analog video systems dispersed throughout multiple
Keeping the king’s ransom well within reach
Museums are complicated for security professionals. They must be open and welcoming to the public, but they often have quiet nooks and crannies where patrons sit and ponder the art and human endeavor on display.
Thermal imaging finds a way to protect popular British area
Paris has the Eiffel Tower; New York has the Empire State building; Sydney has its Opera House; Rome has the Coliseum; and London has the London Eye, a well-known symbol for an extraordinary city.
Products and technologies explored at ISC West
ISC West is a premier venue for technology and what’s new in the industry. Three products stand out in my mind. The first is a consumer product from FLIR that was introduced during the Consumer Electronics Show in January.
Transition from simple devices to intelligent edge functionality almost complete
Philosophical and physical shifts in intelligence and management at the edge are remaking corporate networks.
Positively ID online users by identifying behavior and gestures that are unique to each individual
“Banks Heap Suits on Target over Breach,” read a recent headline of a Wall Street Journal story. By that time, seven financial institutions had already filed class action suits against the retail giant alleging it did not sufficiently protect its customer’s data.
Real-time eavesdropping is part of the security program
When most people consider cybersecurity, they think about protecting the information that resides on their computers—sensitive emails, folders or files.
Performance and security can stand toe-to-toe in cloud applications
Datacenter traffic is predicted to triple by 2017 with the cloud as the biggest traffic source, according to a recent Cisco Global Cloud Index study.
Planning ahead can prevent harm to people and the bottom line
As access control systems have become more prevalent in business environments, companies are looking to leverage this technology to deliver additional solutions at less expensive costs.
There is no telling what an appetite for success and a passion for technology will produce. One thing for certain, the desire to give the customer the best security solution possible will likely bear a long-term, winning combination.
A Well-oiled Machine Success of partner loyalty programs rely on mutual exclusivity and value
As the sophistication of the security industry evolves daily, companies are honing their partner loyalty programs to assist integrators in all aspects of the industry.
Five ways to improve relationships with new prospects
While an alarm system can’t protect your customers from everything, it is a proven measure of deterrence. Homes with alarm systems are three times less likely to get burglarized than homes without them.