How HID Provides the Highest Level of Security for Commercial Spaces
One of the most important elements of security is access control, which restricts who is permitted inside your building. We work with the globally recognized manufacturer HID, whose technology is used in more than 100 countries. Headquartered in Austin, HID’s access control solutions make businesses safer than ever. We install the following technology by HID in offices, schools, venues, and government buildings in the Waco, TX area. Continue reading to find the right solution for your establishment!
New System Integrates Video with Access Control
Our access control partner Avigilon has just announced the release of the new Avigilon Access Control Manager (ACM) 6 system. This enhanced new product is an exciting development for businesses of all kinds, improving security and making processes more straightforward. To learn about Avigilon’s access control upgrades and how they may benefit your River Oaks, TX-area company, we share the details below!
Leverage this Technology to Offer a More Convenient Access Solution
Keyless access is a popular access control solution for businesses looking to eliminate the common risks associated with traditional keys and better manage employees. Each employee gets their own access card, fob or code to enter. This means no copying of keys that can fall into the wrong hands. It also means managers and administrators know precisely when employees come and go.
However, those popular keyless solutions are facing a serious challenge from one of our most ubiquitous technologies: smartphones. Each year downloads of mobile credentials are expected to jump 100 percent between 2017 and 2022, with twenty percent of all readers expected to be mobile compatible by 2022. Do you know if these mobile credentials are the right fit for your Houston, TX business?
Security Solutions Aren't Just There to Protect You from External Threats
Most business security measures are focused on addressing burglary from an intruder or break-in. Access control measures, in particular, are all about keeping the wrong people out. But what if it turns out your employees are the ones responsible for theft on your property? Do you have measures in place to both prevent employee theft and catch it if it does occur?
Some studies estimate U.S. businesses lose up to $50 billion a year to employee theft. Although you can address many concerns through your hiring and training practices, there should always be extra measures in place for a worst-case scenario. In this blog, we'll showcase some ways that access control solutions help you prevent, identify, and respond to employees stealing.