Security Products Magazine Digital Edition - September 2015

September 2015

  • Delivering Tangible ROI
  • Sound the Alarm
  • Knowing Your Access Control
  • Private and Secure
  • Parking Spaces
  • Ask Before Buying


Features

The Best First Response

The Best First Response

Presenting a powerful weapon in counter terrorism

By Matthew Naylor, Nicholas Dynon

The continuing threat posed by global terrorism has driven huge amounts of government investment into electronic surveillance, as well as both wide and targeted physical monitoring systems in our cities.


Reducing opportunity for catastrophic compromised data

Securing Your Cloud

Reducing opportunity for catastrophic compromised data

By Amit Cohen

Cloud computing offers numerous benefits, such as powerful processing capabilities, improved access, higher availability and significant savings with on-demand hosting.


Meeting the challenging security needs of parking facilities

Parking Spaces

Meeting the challenging security needs of parking facilities

By John Mosebar

Parking facilities—both outdoor lots and structures—represent a significant security challenge. Most facilities are easily accessible to the public.


Secure Hosted Technology

Secure Hosted Technology

What you really need to know about cloud-based security management

By Brian Matthews, Ralph Shillington

From data breaches to security system compromises, there’s a ‘cloud’ hanging over hosted environments, labeling them unsafe or subject to easy compromise.


Key Control Central

Airport enhances its access control systems, protects assets

By Fernando Pires

Airports have many security requirements and challenges, and part of the challenge arises because of the mix of people on-site, including airport staff, airline staff, contractor and vendor staff and travelers.


Knowing Your Access Control

Knowing Your Access Control

Marina owners should examine what type of electronic security system they want

By Scott Lindley

With four or more access points around your property, there is no way that you can keep eyes at all entry points, especially if all can’t be viewed from a single location.


Private and Secure

Private and Secure

Autumn of Sarasota improves access control

By Rachel Williams

The management needed to make sure the residents in their care were safe and secure in their rooms and within the facility itself. With an on-site pharmacy, securing and monitoring certain areas was also a priority.


Boosting Response Time

Idesco helps EMTs keep the heartbeat of New York’s emergency management system going

By Monique Merhige

It was important that all EMT workers wore the proper identification to help keep them safe and secure on the job, and allow hospitals and other facilities to recognize them quickly.


Analysis Turns Physical Security into Customer Service

Analysis Turns Physical Security into Customer Service

Results are considered to be reactive rather than proactive

By Ajay Jain

In recent years, customer service has become a new frontier for marketing and brand building.


Self-install with professional monitoring

One Touch Alarm

Self-install with professional monitoring

By Bart Didden

All too often, the emphasis and focus in the security industry is on new products, new applications or new technologies.


Ask Before Buying

Ask Before Buying

Not all products are created equal, so it is important to ask the right questions

By Allen Chan

There is little arguing that 4K is positioned to become the next imaging standard in the security industry


Delivering Tangible ROI

Delivering Tangible ROI

By Rob Hile

Boston-based biotechnology company Genzyme is an organization dedicated to the research of rare genetic-related diseases.


Sound the Alarm

Sound the Alarm

LNG plant installs mass notification system to notify staff

By Marla Moran

To support safety and notify personnel in the case of an emergency, Peru LNG’s needed a general alarm and mass notification system (MNS).


Departments

Industry Focus

Security Begins at Home

By Ralph C. Jensen

The majority of our editorial efforts focus on commercial and industrial security.


Security Begins at Home

Industry Focus

Security Begins at Home

By Ralph C. Jensen

The majority of our editorial efforts focus on commercial and industrial security.


Securing Every Parking Space

Industry Vertical

Securing Every Parking Space

When you’re at work, there is someone watching your vehicle

By Mary Wilbur

Chances are, when you picked a parking place this morning, you weren’t thinking about security in that facility.


Dealer Strategies

Proper Use

Getting the most out of the 180/360 degree video surveillance

By Levy Acs

No one can argue that IP video surveillance cameras surpass their analog predecessors thanks to the higher resolution and vastly improved quality images.


Who Does Your Engineering?

By Charlie Howell

Security systems today are getting more sophisticated to some, and less to others.


Back to Work

By Ralph C. Jensen

Phil Lake doesn’t have to work. He retired only to find himself back behind the desk running an integration company in Austin, Texas. His retirement, I guess, is working some more.


A Competitive Boost

An effective program and resources can help dealers gain advantage

By Robert Ogle

Intense competition is certainly nothing new in the security industry, but the past couple of years have taken things to an entirely new level.


Working Retirement

By Ralph C. Jensen

Most people, when they retire from a lifetime of hard work, pursue several adventures they have been dreaming about for years.


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