Most data centers guard heavily against intrusion and network data loss. It is for good reason. Cyber attacks and cyber crimes remain the top causes of data center outages. They are not, however, the only causes. Environmental factors account for an astounding 30% of unexpected downtime, and that downtime can be costly, and in some cases Continue reading Protect Your Data Center From Environmental Factors
While we live in a globalized society that diminishes the relative distance between any two points, considering the physical separation is still important when dealing with the transport and storage of any perishable. Continue reading Cold Chain Monitoring: Does Your Environmental Monitoring Have a Blind Spot?
In an ideal world teachers can spend their time focused on teaching, and students focused on learning. But today’s world, in many ways, is not ideal and schools need to concentrate on other important things such as keeping the campus as safe as possible.
A layering approach to effective security
There isn’t one single security technology that can do it all. That’s why professional systems integration companies like SSP always rely on a successful decades-old-approach to security: layering detection and creating physical barriers, starting from the outside and moving to interior spaces.
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Leverage Video for Business Intelligence
Do you have video cameras or are you contemplating a surveillance installation? The good news is that not only is video great for physical security, but you can leverage it for other important applications at your place of business.
6 Simple Steps to Boost Your Security Quotient
Technology coupled with common sense techniques bolster protection
Security technology is a magnificent machine. It’s progressed to the point where you can use your smartphone for all kinds of functions, including access control and viewing premises video. But to really boost your security quotient consider some common sense techniques and tactics that will do wonders to enhance what you already have in place. In many cases, the eyes and ears of your employees are critical in overall security protection. Employees need to know what’s important and what your security philosophy is, so they can in turn feel engaged and entrenched in a successful outcome.
Here are six simple steps to get the most out of security: