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  1. 10 Pitfalls To Avoid When Selling Surveillance

    James Marcella, Axis Communications, lists 10 things to  consider when addressing the needs of physical security concerns.

  2. Understanding Technologies For Creating High-Security ID Cards

    Security is an important priority for organizations today more than ever. Having secure access control and identification technologies in place is essential to protecting people and assets.

  3. Retransfer Technology Delivers The Optimal Card Printing Solution

    A wide range of industries today are realizing the significant benefits that personalized access control, financial, retail and smart cards can bring to their enterprises. The rapid expansion of on-demand issuance of cards for identification, tracking and monetary applications calls for an innovative card- printing solution.

  4. How To Deal With A Perfect Storm Of Disruption In The Managed Services Business

    A personal perspective on the challenges facing the Managed Services industry and the strategies you can use now to survive and thrive transformational change.

  5. Eliminate 7 Wastes From Your Supply Chain

    In difficult economic times, lean thinking strikes a chord for manufacturers as it promises to reduce costs, improve quality and transform the bottom line, by eliminating waste in every area of the value stream, including factory management and supplier networks. Its goal is to eliminate non-value added processing from the customers’ perspective, enabling less inventory, less space,less resource, less time and less cost to produce more – and all highly responsive to customer demand.

  6. Power-over-Ethernet (PoE): A Smart Strategy For Upgrading Today’s IP Surveillance Networks

    An ever-increasing number of today’s businesses, school districts and healthcare facilities are delving into Smart Ethernet switches with Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) technology—and reaping big benefits for their IP Surveillance networks.

  7. CIT Builds A Strong Managed Services Foundation With Automation Platform

    Computer Integration Technologies (CIT) is a comprehensive IT services firm with an impressive portfolio of offerings – from application training, to hardware products and services, to software development and more. Nearly 10 years ago, it added managed services into the mix, recog- nizing the growing market opportunity for supporting its SMB (small to midsize business) customers around the clock under a monthly fee arrangement.

  8. CDS Office Technologies Goes For Managed Services Growth With RMM Automation

    In business for more than 40 years, CDS Office Technologies got its start in the copier business and has stayed strong through the years by adapting quickly to the changing high-tech landscape. It made its mark as an early leader in personal computing in the 1980s, becoming one of the largest U.S. resellers for Panasonic word processor technology at that time. Next, it rode the wave of Novell local area networks, forging new ground in business computing.

  9. Integrator Brings Cloud-Based Access Control To Historic Courthouse

    After the town of Crown Point, IN built a new courthouse complex, the historic courthouse, under the leadership of the Crown Point Courthouse Foundation, was transformed into a three-story mix of retail, offices, ballroom function space, and a still-functioning courtroom. Security for the remodeled historic courthouse remained standard lock and key, and that’s where the problems began.

  10. Legally Speaking: Policy And Procedure Update

    You have implemented an employee policy and procedure manual, checked it off your “to-do list” and now have not looked at it again. The very document that was created to protect you in employment matters can quickly become a liability if not regularly reviewed and updated. Let’s consider some of these policies and current requirements.