When it comes to physical access control for university campuses, it’s not as simple as securing entry points anymore. Technology has evolved and students and staff now expect these systems will also contribute to a more convenient and connected on-campus experience.
It shouldn’t be a surprise that millennial renters and property buyers want as many tech upgrades as they can get, right down to the locks, and more and more are becoming more likely to rent or purchase an apartment specifically because of smart features such as mobile access doors.
Instagram Linkedin-in Creating a Safer Environment for Long Term Healthcare With Smart, Mobile, Touchless Access Control COVID-19 has presented an array of challenges within high-risk healthcare and assisted living centers, especially when it comes to reducing the spread of germs. While touchless access control solutions have come to the forefront in addressing this challenge, thereContinue reading “Creating a Safer Environment for Long Term healthcare”
Every element of a well-run multi-family property should be vetted. Are the systems, procedures, employees, and products set up for success? down to the choice in locks. After all, this hardware keeps tenants and your property safe day in and day out. Some locks can return more on their investment than traditional lock-and-keys, smart lock. These next-generation security devices allow residents to use their smartphones to open their doors and access the building’s entrances and public areas.
Remote work and in-office safety precautions to combat COVID-19 has triggered a movement of flexible and resilient workplaces. Both employers and employees will no doubt see a shift in security and operational protocol in the very near future. Below, we’ll discuss how offices are preparing for this.
A major shift is taking place in the way commercial real estate owners manage their buildings and their people. Here are 4 ways modern access technologies help increase property value.
Instagram Linkedin-in Touchless Access from 2020 and Beyond Access control has traditionally been a slow-moving industry. But there has been a huge shift in recent months due to increased customer demand and the need for safer access control experiences during and after COVID-19. Moving forward, physical security systems that prioritize health and safety while creatingContinue reading “Touchless Access from 2020 and Beyond”