Modern startups are awash in information, from real-time customer insights collected via mobile applications to employee data received through online portals. Founders are constantly making decisions about where to invest, when to hire, how to hire and, most importantly, how to grow. In the rush to cultivate clients and consider business scalability, many startups may fail to truly appreciate the immense responsibility that comes with gathering and storing data.
One of the most fascinating elements of the security industry is that it's always evolving. Trends, technologies and techniques emerge daily, with one goal in mind: creating a safer world for people and assets. Change is inevitable in all facets of the security market, and fresh ideas that lead to cutting-edge, innovative processes are always contributing to the advancement of the industry.
Sixty-two percent of companies are planning to increase their investment in real estate technology over the next three years. Their reasons for doing so – while still reflecting operational and budgetary goals like security, energy management and optimizing building use – are shifting toward enhancing the user experience and raising workforce productivity.
Mass notification systems (MNS), since becoming part of the Clery Act in 2010, are an integral part of how colleges and universities communicate with students and faculty. Security and police departments put in the time and effort to implement these notifications systems for important security situations.