The recent announcement by Volvo to phase out gas-only car production by 2019, at which time all new Volvos will either be fully electric or electric hybrids, makes it the first automaker to commit to using only alternative drive trains. This announcement is just one of many changes taking place in today’s automotive industry. Innovative software apps that allow drivers to remotely start a car or monitor the battery, facilitate vehicle diagnostics and repairs through network links, and allow vehicle-to-vehicle communications that let cars on the road talk to each other are just a few examples of changes in new model vehicles.
Technology such as key control and management systems is most valuable when it’s used not just to strengthen security, but also to make employee management easier and more meaningful. Generally, the more flexible, user-friendly, and integrated the system is, the greater the benefits for both management and employees themselves.
Complying with regulations is usually not the reason organizations go into business – but it can certainly affect whether they stay in business.
Network security has been a prime focus for manufacturers and attendees alike at this year’s security conferences and trade shows. And the trend shows no signs of abating. Encrypted physical security devices, intrusion detection systems and infrastructure management services are just a few of the solutions presented as ways to help block an external party from accessing an organization’s internal systems.
Morse Watchmans has always aimed to help organizations strengthen security and accountability, eliminate losses, and improve efficiency. To support the changing needs of businesses, we developed a range of key control and asset management products that continue to evolve as our customers’ needs do. It’s also why we developed the new Morse Watchmans website you see today.