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Physical Security Industry Trends: Predictions for 2022

As an organization that leverages technology to enhance threat detection and increase accuracy in security monitoring, we are constantly looking out for the latest industry advancements and innovations; those redefining norms and setting new industry standards. As security needs and the dynamics of common spaces change over time, it’s vital to remain agile and reevaluate how our technology can be applied to fit those shifting needs.

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Commercial Security System Design: Most Common Pitfalls

Doing more with less was the theme for 2021. With fewer resources, employees, and smaller budgets, the need to streamline operations without sacrificing accuracy presented new challenges in the security industry, especially for commercial buildings. These changes have brought up a lot of questions surrounding security system design. The processes that were once the standard in enterprise security management are no longer equipped to meet the demands of the digital age.

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Physical Security Checklist

Physical security assessments are vital to protecting your company’s assets and the bottom line. Download our Free Physical Security Checklist to analyze common security risks that are often overlooked.

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Best Practices for Office Space Management

As offices begin to welcome back employees, companies are transitioning away from dedicated desks and into more flexible work environments. Facility managers are being called upon to reduce the total cost of occupancy by improving space utilization. Learn more.

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AI Meets Physical Security

According to a recent report released by the Security Industry Association (SIA), artificial intelligence is #1 on the list of trends expected to define physical security in 2021. But how can technology like AI serve to improve physical security? Read on to learn more.

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Smart Video 101

This guide provides information on how a “smart” video surveillance system is architected, its capabilities and limitations, and the trade-offs of processing the analytics on the cloud vs. on-premise.