Incorporating new cloud-based access control technology into old frameworks can save energy and funds without compromising security. Wireless and cloud-based access control can create a secure environment in older buildings.
Many schools that are looking to in-person learning in the fall are deciding whether to select cloud-based, off-prem solutions or on-premises infrastructure. While there can undoubtedly be pros and cons for each, it ultimately depends on your organization’s needs.
What if a business security solution could be the catalyst for your business to become more integrated, data rich, and operationally efficient?
April 29, 2021
The right access control technology can make your physical building interactive to the people who spend their days in it. It can integrate with other critical business software and contribute insightful data for comprehensive organizational wellness.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in Grove City, Ohio is comprised of seven buildings, which includes the church, preschool, elementary school, rectory, storage garage, athletic building and modular classrooms. With 28 exterior doors now encompassing the fully renovated church, school and preschool, the parish knew it was time for a substantial security upgrade.
Fast forward to 2020, and the pandemic is causing another quantum shift in how the world thinks about security. This time around, businesses are responsible for protecting their workplaces and people from an invisible intruder. As SARS-CoV-2 continues to disrupt businesses and economies, video intercom systems are once again on the frontline of security. But this time, the intercom has the force of modern technology on its side.
As companies find themselves suddenly shifting to remote work due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, many employees are working from home for the first time. While not ideal from a security standpoint, there are simple steps you, and your employer, can quickly take to better secure your new working environment.
There are many unique challenges involved with securing cloud services. First, data and applications in the cloud are distributed across many services and platforms; each with its own unique set of capabilities, logs and users.
Since the beginning of the COVID pandemic, we’ve seen an acceleration in the adoption of cloud-based access control solutions. When lockdowns began and remote work became the norm, many businesses were challenged with their on-site server solution.