Key Control Systems Enhance Security in Semi-Public Venues

Physical security for semi-public buildings such as airports, hospitals, university campuses, museums and others tend to have unique challenges. The main reason for this is that semi-public facilities must accommodate a mix of personnel and outside people who have legitimate reason to be on site; patients and family at hospitals; students and visiting faculty on campus; temporary contractors at an airport, etc. Continue reading

Key Management Systems Enhance Operation of Day-to-Day Fleet Management

Whether the organizations are large or small, operate as a private enterprise or are municipal in nature, the challenges of fleet management are many and often apply across the board. Regardless of the application, management is always responsible for ensuring that all assets are fully utilized; problems are addressed and resolved quickly in order to maintain a smooth operation; and unauthorized use of company assets are controlled. Finding information quickly and scaling to meet growth demands are additional challenges along with managing all the data that a fleet operation can generate. Continue reading

Key Control and Productivity

Productivity is currently a hot topic for many organizations. With increasing competition and a savvier customer, management needs every advantage it can find to help ensure business success – and the right tools and the right technology are key elements in helping to achieve that success. Continue reading

Key Control Systems Offer Whole Problem Solution for SMBs

The reality of doing business today presents many challenges to the SMB owner/manager. A globalized economy affects competition and can impact profitability and growth; high speed digital connectivity has affected all segments of the operation from inventory to marketing to customer service; additionally, there is an increased focus on optimizing employee productivity and morale. More complex environments have also created a greater need for comprehensive security to safeguard and protect the company, its people and information. All these are just a few of the key issues that a small and medium business owner must face. Continue reading

Key Control Systems On the Job 24/7/365

Reports published on several industry web sites indicate that shorter and more frequent vacations are becoming the norm in the American workplace. In this new environment, employees are opting more for long weekends, adding a few days on to a holiday such as July 4th or even just taking a day off here and there, rather than being away from work for one or two weeks at a time. Continue reading

Automated Locker Systems Gaining Popularity in Commercial Use

The use of electronic safes is growing in popularity within the residential market as homeowners look for ways to store and secure valuable items without having to rent a safety deposit box at the bank. Jewelry, cash, firearms, and even medications as well as legal documents, passports, tax records, credit cards, mementos, photos and so on can all be stored and protected from theft in a safe. Continue reading

Key Management Systems Eliminate the Compromise

Securing a facility should not be a matter of compromises. Purchasing one system instead of another because it is less expensive even though it doesn’t quite meet all the requirements. Staying with manual systems instead of upgrading to automated ones because upgrading requires personnel to learn a complex new system. Running separate systems because the technology does not allow integration. And so on . . . Continue reading

Key Control’s Automatic Recording Saves Time and Storage Space

Across a variety of industries, key management systems have proven to be a valuable physical security tool. This state-of-the-art automated access technology offers efficient management of key control and storage with open protocols to enable connectivity to access control and other systems for multiple levels of security and control. Key management systems also have a proven ROI (return on investment) with regard to financial considerations such as employee productivity, the cost of lock replacements due to lost keys, safekeeping and tracking of valuable items and so on. Continue reading