Increasing School Security with Access Control

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When parents send their children to school, they expect that their little ones will receive an education, be taken care of, and, most importantly, be safe. In fact, most parents expect safety at school over everything else. After all, at the end of the day, they don’t ask their children “How safe did you feel at school today?” but rather “How was English class today?"






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Increasing School Security and Keeping Students Safe

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When parents send their children to school, they expect that their little ones will receive an education, be taken care of, and, most importantly, be safe. In fact, most parents expect safety at school over everything else. After all, at the end of the day, they don’t ask their children “How safe did you feel at school today?” but rather “How was English class today?"






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Why the Threat of Downtime Should Be Keeping You Up at Night

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Security systems only provide protection if they are up and running. If video monitoring systems, access control, or other building security systems go down, it can be costly and dangerous. Learn how to protect your security systems and keep them running 24/7/365.



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