There’s a fascinating trend taking place among young professionals buying homes: turning to home security systems to complete their home ownership experience. After the rescue dog is adopted and the art is on the wall, these young homeowners are making home security technology next on the priority list. Why is that?
A solid business security plan neither starts nor ends with having electronic security systems installed. The truth is, a good security plan takes time to plan – and the time to do it is not after an emergency. With that in mind, here are some tips for designing a business security plan you can live with and benefit from, no matter the size or budget of the organization.
When it comes time to upgrade commercial security system or install a new one, entrusting the duties of managed implementation to a vendor you can trust has tangible advantages. At Wain Security, we earn the buy-in of our clients by demonstrating our experience with the following critical pieces of project management.
You count on your fire alarm system to help protect your personnel and property. However, you can’t tell if a fire alarm system is functioning properly just by looking at it. While being one of the most important systems in a building, fire alarm systems are also generally one of the most neglected.
Replacing dated, high-risk door locks with an electronic access control system is one of the best ways to upgrade the security technology at any organization. But for enterprises that are ready to move on from standard access control to even more advanced solutions, there’s biometric access control. Here’s why.
Enterprises are converting their traditional door locks en masse, replacing them with electronic access control systems that give their employees and other approved occupants keyless entry. It’s one of the best ways to bring a facility up to current standards – not to mention that it just makes good business sense. Here’s more information on the advantages of access control.