- The Changing Landscape
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- Archiving Security
- The Best Bet
- Eliminating Fraud
Knowing when to go wireless and when to simply go with less wires
When we use the term “wireless” to look at access control technologies—or, truly, any security system—the reality is that we often use it as a catch-all term for the many technologies on the market that work in some way to wirelessly communicate with one another.
Biometrics ready for adoption by all security users
Most of us are using biometric technology in some way, shape or form whether that is at work or in our personal lives. If you are not yet using it, you will be soon.
Biometrics is a true friend to time, attendance for employers
The challenge of accurately tracking who has worked, and for how long, has exasperated employers for centuries. It is easy to see why—payroll is the single largest cost for most businesses.
Musical instrument museum implement surveillance system upgrade with intelligent devices
The safety and security of visitors and staff and the protection of the Musical Instrument Museum's extensive collection is an essential aspect of fulfilling its mission. With an active facility during both day and evening hours, the museum sought to upgrade its outdoor security surveillance system to improve the quality of the images around the clock.
Advancing protection with IP technology integration
Perimeter protection has been part of the human psyche since the dawn of mankind. Over the millennia we’ve evolved from crude barriers of sticks and rocks to fortified walls of concrete and stone to electrified fences and high-resolution surveillance cameras.
Video security posed for revolutionary technology to enter
It is time to pay attention to Artificial Intelligence (AI). With Apple Siri, Google Assistant and now Amazon Echo, voice recognition AI interacts with users worldwide thousands of times a day.
The Obsolescence of clock and data, and Wiegand
The security landscape is constantly evolving with new products and technologies. With the introduction of these new and improved technologies, it is inevitable that products which have existed within the industry for years may no longer be the go-to choice when it comes to selecting system equipment.
When moving to a new headquarters four times larger, the School of Information and Communication of the University of the Republic of Uruguay in Montevideo needed to implement a video surveillance system that provides high quality, reliability and accessibility
The University wanted to implement a robust VMS with good video storage capacity that included alarms and notifications for motion detection or perimeter crossings in order to control potential external and, most importantly, internal theft.
The gaming industry looks at HD over coax
The casino and hospitality industry includes hotels, restaurants, entertainment venues as well as gaming elements to entertain visitors and guests.
Farmington community library upgrades two locations
Farmington community library needed access control to restricted areas and employee entrances, video surveillance at the building perimeter, parking lots, restricted and common areas, and intrusion detection on all controlled doors.
Responding and mitigating the threat of drones in and around stadiums
Most people, when confronting a drone (Unmanned Air Vehicle/Unmanned Air System) operating in or around their area of responsibility in an unsafe manner, would like to bring it down immediately.
Why you need to deploy the newest solutions for greater reliability in security and access control specifications
It is exciting times for physical security today. Technology has advanced at breakneck speeds, quite significant for an industry that seemed to stand still for decades.
Taking stock of the ideal amount of light and brightness
Most of us can recall our elders offering the sage counsel of “moderation in all things.” It seems that dated phrase has become quite apropos once again especially as it applies to the discussion of the lumens needed in flashlights for law enforcement and security staff.
You’ll get a real kick out of this security story. It is all about a secure perimeter and access control that is stored in the cloud and a man devoted to those around him.
The growth of technology is everywhere. What’s next for the security industry? I think the next innovation poised to transform the security industry will be deep learning or artificial intelligence (AI), which is a system that learns by looking at masses of data.
Blockchain may be the right answer for security
Blockchain, the backbone technology behind Bitcoin, has grown exponentially since its inception in 2008. Since 2013, Google searches of “blockchain” have risen by 1,900 percent.
Recurring Monthly Revenue, almost always referred as RMR, is probably the most important metric of any subscription business.
“When dealers talk to me about their RMR, the first thing I ask is for them to break it down for me. That’s often when things bog down.