Your Access Control Objectives are the First Step in Getting What You Need
There are many access control systems available. It can be challenging to decide on the best one for you. This article guides you on the best way to determine the access control components that are right for you.
Comparison of Open to Proprietary IP Camera Systems
An IP Camera system includes network-attached IP Cameras, the PoE network, and Video Management Software or Network Video Recorder. IP Camera Systems have historically been designed as “open systems” with many manufacturers’ cameras and video recording software. A few manufacturers have bundled IP cameras into their VMS solutions and provided proprietary systems. They have traded easy implementation for flexibility.
This article describes and compares open systems to proprietary IP Camera System solutions.
Technical Advances in Access Control and IP Camera Systems Enhanced Security
In 2023, several technological advancements significantly impacted surveillance cameras and access control. IP Camera Systems were enhanced by AI systems, and Access Control used more secure biometric and mobile credentials.
This article reviews some of the technical advances realized in 2023 that increased our security.
Access control is a critical component in enhancing security for various environments, including businesses, educational institutions, government facilities, and residential areas. It refers to the selective restriction of access to a place or other resource.
This article describes several ways in which access control improves security:
From Paper Logbooks to Automated Computer Visitor Management Systems
Introduction to Visitor Management:
Visitor management has come a long way since the advent of computerized visitor management systems, transforming from traditional paper logbooks to modern, efficient systems prioritizing security and convenience. This evolution reflects the advancement of technology and the growing need for streamlined, automated, and more secure processes. In this article, we will explore the key milestones in the evolution of visitor management, highlighting the transition from manual sign-ins to digital solutions and the integration of smartphones and QR codes.
This article reviews the history of Visitor Management Systems.
What is the difference between cloud and on-premise Access Control Software? On-site Access Control Software is the classic model of providing a perpetual license, allowing you to run the software on your computer. Cloud software runs on a remote server and is provided under a monthly or yearly subscription plan. Here are some pros and cons.