Protect Your Assets with Access Control Solutions

April 17th, 2024 by admin

A keypad that provides access to an otherwise inaccessible area

Keys… they have been around forever, but let's face it, they are hard to handle. You lose them, copy them, and worst of all if one falls into the wrong hands, your whole security setup is compromised. Imagine a system where you can grant or revoke...

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Protect Your Business with Access Control Solutions

August 1st, 2023 by admin

Access control solutions in the form of security doors limit access to a business to those with the proper credentials

In today's rapidly evolving digital landscape, the security of businesses and organizations has become a paramount concern. Ensuring the safety of physical assets, confidential data, and the well-being of employees has never been more crucial. One...

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How Access Control Systems Benefit Businesses

April 6th, 2023 by admin

An access control system on an exterior business door

In its simplest form, an access control system is a set of controls that limit the access of personnel to facilities and resources. These systems are used to restrict who can enter a building or area, what areas they can access within the building or...

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Benefits of Cloud Video Surveillance

February 28th, 2023 by admin

A surveillance camera in a restaurant

Cloud video surveillance is a security system that captures and stores footage over the internet in remote, cloud-based storage. This type of security technology allows users to monitor and access their footage from virtually any location with an internet...

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Surveillance Camera/Access Control Systems Law Requirements in Texas

January 31st, 2023 by admin

A close up view of the lens on a surveillance camera

In Texas, surveillance camera/access control systems are subject to a variety of laws. Generally speaking, any video or audio recordings made by surveillance cameras must be used only for the intended purpose, and all persons captured in such recordings...

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