Sound masking is all the rage in today’s open concept offices. Maybe you’re not even aware that one has been installed in your office. After all, that’s the beauty of the technology, to be almost invisible. But what exactly is sound masking, and how is it different from white noise? Sound Masking vs. White Noise […]Read More
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It’s easy to think the access control market has begun to stagnate. After all, what’s left after biometrics have become so easily accessible, and $500,000 school security systems have become the de rigueur? In 2019, the access control market continues to trend upwards in value, mainly as new technologies come to the forefront. Access Control […]Read More
Why Terminate An Employee’s Access? Employee termination is an unfortunate part of running a business. Whether an employee leaves voluntarily or involuntarily, it’s important to know how to quickly reduce the access that person once had. Once your company has an effective termination procedure to reference, the process should be smooth and headache free. After […]Read More
Schools around the country are more focused on security than ever before. With this new level of interest and more advanced technology, what does the ultimate in school security systems look like? Southwestern High School in Shelbyville, Indiana has become the poster child for school security technology in recent years. The school underwent an overhaul […]Read More
What Is Sound Masking? Sound masking is the practice of lessening the volume of speech and muting undesired noise with the addition of background sound. Essentially, this lessens the impact of troublesome office noises by introducing a barely noticeable frequency of sound to ‘flatten’ the profile of the disruptive sounds. The noise emitted from a […]Read More
Access control systems are the unseen arbiter of the workplace. An efficient access control system is rarely noticed as it controls the flow of people through entry points and buildings, and whether that’s through a passcode or keycard access is entirely up to the user. Access control has come a long way, however, and today’s […]Read More
School safety is expensive. The amount of hardware and software required to keep an entire campus and the people within it safe takes many hours to install and countless hours to upkeep. However, a new budget plan for Georgia schools may just alleviate some of the pain for those that are putting more of a […]Read More
School security is far from a simple issue. When you take into account how complex a typical campus is—the number of entrances, facilities, students—the problem becomes even more complicated. How do you monitor the movement of hundreds, sometimes thousands of people across a campus? How do you ensure the security of those people in the […]Read More
What Is A Network? In order to understand the difference between the network types, it’s important to first understand what a network is. Simply enough, a network is two or more connected computers or other devices, linked for the purpose of communicating or sharing resources. This connection can either be wired or wireless through the […]Read More
Have you ever tried to call a coworker and had a hard time getting ahold of them? What about your boss? Maybe you start off with a call to their cell phone and then a call to their business phone line, but you hear nothing. You start sending instant messages and then finally an email […]Read More