Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

It is estimated the number of decisions that a person makes throughout the day numbers in the thousands. From major decisions regarding a large purchase to minor decisions as to what to eat for breakfast, each produces a final choice that may or may not prompt action. Making those decisions however requires identifying options and then making a selection based on values, preferences and the potential for the various selections to meet the needs. Continue reading

Key Control Systems Heat Up in Multiple Markets

Physical security solutions have almost no boundaries when it comes to applications. Conventionally found in casinos, correctional institutes, educational facilities and so on, advances in digital technology and network capability have expanded the use of physical security systems well beyond original capabilities and intentions. Continue reading

Key Control Systems Recognized as Critical to Physical Security

Since their debut in the marketplace more than 20 years ago, automated key control systems have maintained their popularity as an essential security tool for seamlessly managing and tracking facility keys. They are regularly found in casinos, correctional facilities, health care institutions, hospitality and retail businesses, multi-family buildings and educational campuses. Continue reading

SMBs Poised for Benefits of Key Control Integration

Recent reports indicate the slow but ongoing economic recovery is being sustained with lower unemployment numbers, stronger consumer spending and an upward trend in housing construction. All of this bodes well for owners of small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) who may be looking to implement operational upgrades or add new technology solutions that were put off because of the uncertainty in the marketplace. Continue reading

Protecting Our Nation’s Treasures with Automated Key Control Systems

The American countryside is filled with historic sites and points of interest that tell the history of the nation and people. Whether it’s George Washington’s home at Mount Vernon, the Frank Lloyd Wright Taliesin Estate in Wisconsin or the Mission churches along the California coast, these sites typically contain priceless artifacts that must be kept under lock and key. In many of these locations, an automated key control and management system helps site officials maintain the safekeeping of the items and to track who had access to the keys that protect them. Continue reading