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Support & Maintenance: The Service You Should Expect After You Purchase Your Fire Alarm System

By Jay Lassiter | November 27, 2019

Choosing a security integrator is an important process because you aren’t just purchasing a fire alarm system; there is an ongoing relationship with that company. You’re putting the lives of the people on your campus or in your business in someone else’s hands. So, what can you expect after you purchase a fire alarm system?

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Managed Access Control

Managed Access Control = Cost Savings & Efficiency

By Jay Lassiter | November 5, 2019

When an organization is ready to bring its security up to the most current standards, that should include trading in traditional door locks for electronic access control. But if you’re ready to go one step further, there’s managed access control.

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Remotely Managed Services

How Remotely Managed Services Make Your Building Secure

By Jay Lassiter | November 5, 2019

Numerous electronic security innovations have emerged over the decades, but few have been as transformative for commercial security as access control systems. With an electronic access control system, your employees and authorized individuals easy, secure and totally keyless entry into your place of business. But how does it make your building more secure? When you take advantage of our remote management service, that’s when the security benefits really shine through.

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The Best Way to Add video Surveillance to Apartment Complexes

The Best Way To Add Video Surveillance to Apartment Complexes

By Jay Lassiter | October 25, 2019

If you’re the owner of an apartment complex, providing security is a responsibility that can protect you from liabilities while keeping your tenants safe and caring for your investment. Before you install video surveillance for apartment complex security, consider the best way to do it.

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Essential Elements of Apartment and Condo Security Systems

Essential Elements of Apartment and Condo Security Systems

By Jay Lassiter | September 5, 2019

Security is a critical concern because tenants move in and out, and visitor traffic is high. It should be the top concern of for complex owners and HOAs.

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The Dangers of False Alarms in Office Buildings

By Jay Lassiter | August 28, 2019

The alarm law defines a false alarm as any alarm signal that elicits emergency response and where there is no evidence of an actual emergency. While it seems like a small annoyance, false or nuisance alarms have a huge impact on both how we respond to alarms and how it burdens emergency services.

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The Fire Alarm Has Sounded – Now What?

By Jay Lassiter | August 10, 2019

Each year, fire kills about 3,000 people a year in the United States. Forty percent of those deaths occurred in homes without working fire alarm systems.This startling fact highlights how these two things can be vital in saving your life in an emergency.

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Planning Planning and Training: The Proactive Approach To Campus Violence

Planning Planning and Training: The Proactive Approach To Campus Violence

By Jay Lassiter | July 24, 2019

K-12 schools, colleges, and universities plan for natural-disasters and health-related incidents. They also practice fire drills but are they prepared for an active shooter? To minimize the number of casualties in shooting events on campus, it’s critical to be proactive versus reactive.

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Taking Stock of Campus Security: A Quick Checklist

Taking Stock of Campus Security: A Quick Checklist

By Jay Lassiter | July 17, 2019

As security technology evolves, providing more comprehensive solutions, universities and colleges must evolve antiquated security plans to multi-layered security approaches. It’s a daunting task for any campus safety department. Failure to consider protective factors for people and environmental risks could lead to disastrous results.

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3 Steps You Can Implement Today To Prepare Your Faculty To Respond To Emergencies

By Jay Lassiter | June 27, 2019

A variety of situations could present at any time, including active shooter scenarios, medical emergencies, and natural disasters. Student administrators, faculty, and staff must be prepared to deal with any security issue that arises. Here are some components that you should create and implement immediately.

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