- Penalty Free Security
- Video Grand Slam
- Out of Harm's Way
- Don't Be Caught Unsecured
- Think Beyond the Perimeter
How a school district’s police department securely shares digital evidence in minutes
While students focus on learning, Putnam City Schools Police Department works hard to keep everyone safe. Officers monitor schools 24/7 and also spend a lot of time conducting investigations and compiling digital evidence for cases. Often, this involves working closely with local agencies to help keep their communities safe.
Taking a hard look at terrorist attacks and solutions to mitigate effects
Over the past several years we’ve seen an increase in attacks focused on public spaces. There is no safe-haven in today’s societal landscape that would allow any public service or business to conclude that they are not a target. Hospitals are no exception.
The Butler Institute keeps American art safe with network cameras paired with object protection software to protect its vast collections of historical displays
With more than 21,000 individual artworks on display at any given time, the Butler Institute of American Art sought out a security system to assist the guards in monitoring the vast amount of rooms and corridors filled with priceless works.
The cloud has revolutionized operations; don’t be misconfigured
Over the last decade, the cloud has revolutionized the way businesses operate. Today, modern enterprises are turning to a hybrid IT environment, leveraging the best of both worlds—the scalability of cloud infrastructure and the control of on-premises systems.
Pitching power and an Ultra HD over IP system drives the new fan experience at the Great American Ball Park
The Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati is the hallmark of America’s greatest pastime and home to baseball’s oldest franchise, the Cincinnati Reds. In addition to new food and entertainment options, providing high-end visual technology was a large priority—delivering a bevy of video walls, projectors, interactive screens, and flat screens that would entertain fans in and out of their seats for the ultimate game day.
Intelligent video plays a key role in the retail market
The retail industry has become increasingly competitive as brick-and-mortar companies attempt to hold their own against online retailers offering low prices and free shipping. In this environment, retailers are seeking every possible advantage they can get in order to grow revenues while also addressing traditional security challenges like inventory loss.
With a multitude of cloud providers vying for market share to store your data and provide cloud computing, creating your own data center deployments with associated hardware, networking and storage systems, doesn’t generally top the list of additional headaches one might pursue in today’s world, unless you are Dean Drako.
Houston stadium begins upgrade project at soccer, multi-use facility
BBVA Compass Stadium is a soccer-specific stadium located in Houston, and home to the Houston Dynamo, a Major League Soccer club. It is also going through a major retrofit with its security systems to include a best of breed, open architecture solution.
Exploring the benefits of bringing the security and convenience of electronic access control to interior openings
Technologies continuously evolve to become better, faster and more efficient. In turn, users become smarter, quicker and more productive.
A few months ago I attended a security event in Atlanta that was primarily focused on cybersecurity and learned a number of things to share.
Ferromagnetic detection catches terrorist before they get too close
Event organizers have responded to past attacks by improving their security methods and adding more metal detectors, police and other security personnel. Despite these efforts, a would-be terrorist can still manage their way to the venue’s entrance and pose a mass casualty threat.