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Articles in Category: Access Control

ADA Compliance: How to Ensure Your Access Control Hits the Mark

Have a Professional Guide You Through the Requirements for Your System

ADA Compliance: How to Ensure Your Access Control Hits the Mark

Security and efficiency are likely the main reason you want to upgrade the access control solution in your Memorial, TX business, school or office. ASAP Security Services will work with you to implement the needed features to meet your property’s unique goals and vulnerabilities. Leveraging our decades of experience in the security industry, we’ll also ensure your system meets all local and national guidelines.

Ensuring equal access to employment, government services, public schools, transportation and commercial facilities is at the heart of the American with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). It should come as no surprise then that many requirements and guidelines associated with the law apply to access control solutions.

Hallway width, signage, and keycard readers all need to match specific requirements. So, how can you protect your property in the best way possible while still providing equal access to all? Our latest blog offers up some essential tips!

How to Use Your Access Control to Protect Against Coronavirus

Reduce the Risk to Employees and Clients with Automated Solutions

How to Use Your Access Control to Protect Against Coronavirus

Masks may be the go-to, misguided way most people are protecting themselves from the spread of coronavirus, but your business should aspire to more efficient high-tech solutions. Access control systems are a great way to help limit exposure to the virus while ensuring it doesn’t spread quickly throughout your Austin, TX business.

Not only will access control limit the number of people entering and leaving your property, additional features like automated entry will also curb the spread of the disease. We go in-depth below into how each of these features plays a vital role in preventing coronavirus.

3 Ways Access Control Helps Day-to-Day Business Operations

New hardware is great, but it’s the software that can make the biggest difference in the day-to-day life of your business

3 Ways Access Control Helps Day-to-Day Business Operations

When we talk about the benefits of access control for businesses, it’s often the hardware side that gets the limelight. That makes a certain amount of sense; the hardware is the flashier, easier to grasp piece of the access control equation.

It’s important to remember, however, that it’s the software behind the hardware that keeps these systems humming and provides the biggest benefit. It’s the software that knits the system together, and integrating it with other commercial automation systems is how you get the biggest benefits from these technological upgrades. That’s why we wanted to highlight three ways that improved access control software makes day-to-day operations easier for businesses in The Woodlands region of Texas.

3 Systems to Strengthen Commercial Access Control Solutions

Ensure complete protection for your San Antonio business with these powerful add-ons to your access control system

3 Systems to Strengthen Commercial Access Control Solutions

One of the more unpleasant but still crucial aspects of running any business is security. Security for your business encompasses everything from your building and employees to your data and physical assets. All of these different elements need proper protection, and one way to provide that protection is with an access control system.

Having an automated system to keep bad actors out of unwanted areas is a powerful tool, but having the right features in place can make your San Antonio, TX business that much safer. Here are three technology systems you can install to supplement your business’ access control.