Security expert Jeffrey Zwirn proposes which steps will successfully boost security on any campus.
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District installs visitor management software by Raptor Technologies to screen entrants and enhance security.
UTA enlisted Stone Security to help choose a security system that best met its specifications. Together, they determined that Milestone XProtect video management software (VMS) best suited the UTA’s needs. In 2010, Stone was named the Milestone Systems Installation Partner of the Year. In 2013, in addition to being named Regional Partner of the Year, it also became the world’s first Milestone Diamond Reseller. As a Utah-based company, Stone also had the advantage of being intimately familiar with UTA’s structure and requirements.
Recent active shooter events have K-12 schools looking for ways to enhance their emergency notification systems. Gilman School found new ways to expand its emergency alerting capabilities and improve student safety all around.
Brivo Mobile Pass solutions eliminates the need for key cards and marries access control with BYOD and mobile devices.
If you’re looking to install a CCTV camera in your school, it should include features beyond recording. This slideshow will provide you with 5 key features that you should consider when purchasing a security camera.
There are a number of ways schools can improve their front entrance security.
Understanding your resources, defining your goals, selecting the right integrator and working with your IT department will ensure you’re happy with your systems integration project.
Mobile apps in the classroom can do more than just help students learn, they can help keep schools safer, too. The CrisisManager app and Punch Alert 4.0 app helps anyone with a smartphone on school grounds manage emergencies quickly and efficiently.
Idesco installed a new security system at the School of Visual arts in order to keep its campus safe and secure.