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5 Places Where Key Control at Airports Can Help Reduce Risk

Fernando Pires July 16, 2018
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By their very nature, airports are open facilities. Passengers, airport personnel, vendors and others flow through the building at a constant volume that is virtually 24/7. What’s more, airports have many entry points, from the front side (where passengers enter the facility), within the facility itself, and from the rear side, where there is access to the aircraft and runways.

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Three Unusual Applications for Key Control

Fernando Pires July 12, 2018
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The primary use for key management is right in its name – most applications use it to control and manage their physical keys. By protecting keys, organizations are helping to control access to areas that utilize physical locks.

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Why Key Control Should be a Key Part of Emergency Planning

Fernando Pires July 3, 2018
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Preparation for emergency situations has become a critically important area of business planning for today’s organizations of every kind. While school shootings and other tragedies have taken the lead in the news, events like flooding, fires and power disruptions interrupt operations and cause mayhem for many businesses on a much more regular basis.

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Why the Mobile Revolution Makes Asset Management a Must for Hospitality

Fernando Pires June 29, 2018
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Hotels, restaurants, and other businesses within the hospitality industry have recognized the value of incorporating mobile technology into their business operations. There are many ways in which mobile devices have revolutionized, streamlined, and improved hospitality, from customer service to entertainment, and much more. To enable these changes, businesses in the hospitality industry have purchased or leased many thousands of tablets, phones, laptops, and other mobile devices.

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Alleviating Human Error with Key Control Systems

Fernando Pires June 28, 2018
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In the earliest days of Morse Watchmans, our sole product was PowerCheck, our guard tour system. But as we met with security personnel at various organizations, one thing we noticed over and over in their offices was their keys.

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