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19 Reasons to Automate your Access Control

Property Protection // 12 May 2022

Labour are expensive, and standards can be inconsistent. Moreover, metal keys are easy to copy, locks problematic to re-key when lost and there is no audit trail of who, where and when the access point was used. Here are 19 reasons to automate your access control.

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  • 19 Reasons to Automate your Access Control

    19 Reasons to Automate your Access Control

    Labour are expensive, and standards can be inconsistent. Moreover, metal keys are easy to copy, locks problematic to re-key when lost and there is no audit trail of who, where and when the access point was used. Here are 19 reasons to automate your access control.

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  • Access Control: a buyer's checklist

    Access Control: a buyer's checklist

    Access control is a core security management function for managing who can go where and when in your business. This guide has been created to guide buyers through procuring a system that works for them.

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  • Access Control: What You Need to Know

    Access Control: What You Need to Know

    Access Control is a core security management function that controls who goes where and when. In this blog we discuss physical access control, along with where it overlaps with logical access control.

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  • CCTV: Passive Vs Active Surveillance

    CCTV: Passive Vs Active Surveillance

    Active and Passive Surveillance systems are two different ways you can use a CCTV systems in your businesses. In this blog, I have discussed some of the positives and negatives of the systems.

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