While advanced technologies grab the spotlight when folks talk about security systems, in reality key systems remain an integral part of security operations in almost every facility, providing protection for an organization’s work spaces, critical assets, and its employees and staff.
The idea of physical security is changing rapidly at a time when our physical health and safety require us to rethink the very nature of our relationship with the physical world.
Any broadcast organization running a fleet of vehicles knows how important it is to optimize usage of that fleet. The vehicles you send out to remote venues are an essential link in the chain for your news, entertainment and sports content. The video feeds they relay back feed the endless need for new information, to keep broadcasts fresh and relevant and viewership numbers high.
According to the National Center for Education Statistics taxpayers spend nearly $700 billion each year on K-12 public schooling. One of the fastest areas of school expenditure is the expanding pot of funding for school security and safety.
The landscape of the banking industry is shifting, as the newly dubbed “innovative bank branches” seek to change the customer experience and the traditional ways they conduct their business. If you watch television in primetime you have certainly seen the new banking environment showcased as a utopian world of open spaces, automated transaction kiosks and Starbuck-like workspace lounges dotted with millennials and business entrepreneurs balancing a coffee and a laptop on their laps.