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Access Control Systems can Help Enhance Workplace Security during the COVID-19 Outbreak

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As COVID-19 spreads around the world, the majority of businesses and organizations have already started to implement measures to protect employees from contracting and spreading the virus – and their access control systems can prove to be invaluable tools to help them achieve these goals. As organizations make operational decisions in response to COVID-19, they […]

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Contactless Smart Card Access Control Systems’ Market Sill Set for Solid Growth, Research Report Suggests

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Despite the growth of biometric technologies, the contactless smart card market is still set for strong growth over the next few years, a recent market research report has been able to suggest. The “Global Card-Based Access Control Systems Industry” from Reportlinker reveals that this market sector is poised to reach over US$3.3 Billion by the […]

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Access Control Reader Market to Record Strong Growth Until 2025

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The permanent need for enhanced security at all levels of an organization will lead to a significant growth in the access control reader vertical, a recent market research report has been able to suggest. The “Global Access Control Reader Market Report” from Market Research Inc, includes in-depth research about the current and future status of […]

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Solid and Reliable Access Control Solutions are a Must for High-Security Hospital Sites

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Solid and reliable access control systems ensuring that only authorized members of staff are allowed to enter certain restricted areas are a vital component for any high-security hospital site, such as the one that has recently opened in Crowthorne, Berkshire. The new £250m high-security Broadmoor Hospital, treating men detained under the Mental Health Act, has […]

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Majority of Enterprise Security Experts Believe Tailgating Remains a Significant Security Risk

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Although viewed by many as a gesture of common courtesy to colleagues and visitors, tailgating remains a very significant security risk for the enterprise sector, a recent survey has been able to suggest. The survey of enterprise security executives has revealed that a solid majority of all the respondents (69 percent) believe that security breaches […]

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Site Security Starts at the Door

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Making sure that their site is secure, only accessible to authorized members of staff and/or visitors, as well as monitoring entry points at all times is one of the most important tasks for any modern site/facility manager. And according to experts, security usually starts at the door – meaning that integrating the latest generation of […]

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