May / June 2022
- The Ying and Yang of Security
- Protect Your Customers
- Leveraging Surveillance
- Using Mobile Data
- Implementing Emerging Guidelines
Consider the vendor/reseller partnership to meet the needs of security managers
How do you bring the best-fit product, at the best price, in the best timeframe to security customers? For some security vendors, working through a value-added reseller network is the best answer.
Creating new opportunities for security integrators
Legacy entry systems will soon be obsolete as telecom companies begin to phase out the use of copper wiring. Security integrators who are serious about building their businesses should get in front of this inevitable transition to smart access control systems.
Condo owners choose technology for their convenience
One of the leading adaptors to mobile access control systems is the multi-family residential industry, an example being the high rise, luxury condominium that Quantuum Energy Products upgraded in downtown Sarasota, overlooking The Bay.
As workers return to the office, businesses must be prepared to protect their employees in any situation. From severe weather and medical emergencies to active assailants and cyberattacks, organizations must have resiliency plans in place.
Advances in video surveillance technology delivers additional help for cops
There are more than 600,000 state and local law enforcement officers in the United States. Impressive, but with a U.S. population of more than 330 million–and growing–they have their work cut out for them.
Choosing the proper access control system has many considerations
Is facility security something that you’re worried about? If you answered yes, you aren’t alone. According to the 2022 Ontic Center for Protective Intelligence Report, 88% of security correspondents are experiencing a dramatic increase in physical threat activity that is anticipated to grow this year.
Failure to meet regulations, guidelines may lead to regional sales loss
Governments around the world are creating Internet of Things (IoT) security legislation and regulations designed to keep users safe in an increasingly connected world.
Video provides the tools for operational efficiency and risk mitigation
Mitigating loss is a primary objective of retailers everywhere. Historically, this has meant taking preventive actions against shrinkage, employee theft, and Organized Retail Crime (ORC). Today, retailers are confronted with a new threat as a rise in active shooter incidents has presented new challenges.
In this digitally connected world, innovation and technology are at the forefront of security and safeguarding. As the landscape continues to evolve, businesses today are combining guarding services and technology to create a new security approach and elevate operational intelligence, primarily based on the security operations center (SOC) environment.
ISC West renews interest in advances in technology (cloud and artificial intelligence) and new business opportunities for resellers
One noticeable trend on the ISC West show floor this year was the resurgence of License Plate Recognition (LPR) systems.
By my estimation, that crazy pandemic might have slowed things down a bit for the past two years. Working from home, tele-calls and other means to keep a personal distance of at least 6 feet. COVID-19 and all its variations are still hanging around but it hasn’t stopped technology innovations.