Upgrading to managed access control services takes the responsibility for day-to-day security management off the business owner’s plate.
Monitored cameras help a central alarm station identify a crime in progress and immediately contact on-site security and law enforcement if necessary.
In 2015, there were approximately 371 mass shooting events in the United States. Now, industries all over the world have the technology to reduce the response time of first responders to these incidents and save many lives.
Every organization has critical assets, and those assets need to be protected in order to sustain the enterprise long-term. Before a security plan can be formed, it’s important to identify those assets that the security system will protect. Only then can an effective security plan be designed and implemented.
Choosing an integrator to oversee your commercial security system project may seem overwhelming. Using this checklist as your guide, you can make the process faster, simpler and less daunting. For a successful project, choose an integrator that offers the following…
We are proud to be members of the PSA Security Network, the world’s largest systems integrator consortium. To our colleagues in the electronic security industry who also belong to PSA – and specifically, those who have extensive geographic coverage as members of the National Deployment Program (NDP) – we want to extend our support as a vendor partner. Here’s what that entails.
No matter how affordable and simple they are, the quality just isn’t the same as IP video surveillance. Specifically, the frame rate and image quality of analog cameras are noticeably inferior to IP video. Here’s why.
At is3tech Services, we earn the buy-in of our stakeholders by assuring them of our experience with the critical aspects of managed implementation. As you begin your transition planning, know that you need a project management team with experience in: