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Protecting Healthcare Workers With Access Control Protecting Healthcare Workers With Access Control (Mar 01, 2015)

Authorities say a man upset over his mother’s death walked into a hospital in Boston and shot the doctor who he thought was responsible. According to published reports, the gunman asked for the doctor by name and then shot him twice outside … Continue reading

IP Vs Analog Video Surveillance Systems IP Vs Analog Video Surveillance Systems (Feb 23, 2015)

Tired of grainy, unclear surveillance images? Surveillance systems continue to evolve from grainy analog cameras to high-definition, IP cameras. Today, some of the numbers out there indicate that up to 75% of new system installations are IP-based systems. So what … Continue reading

Shooting Reinforces Need For Active Shooter Response Training Shooting Reinforces Need For Active Shooter Response Training (Feb 23, 2015)

A Lennox, South Dakota shooting reinforced the need for everyone to be prepared for an active shooter. Across the country, active shooters have entered both public and private places. Just this past year, hospitals in South Dakota practiced what to … Continue reading

7 Benefits Of Wireless Video Surveillance 7 Benefits Of Wireless Video Surveillance (Feb 17, 2015)

As technology becomes increasingly mobile, wireless devices are quickly becoming the norm. Video surveillance cameras no longer must be wired to be truly effective. Today’s wireless technology is more reliable and robust than ever, which makes wireless cameras an ideal … Continue reading

Major Embezzlement Cases Continue To Rise Major Embezzlement Cases Continue To Rise (Feb 13, 2015)

Earlier this month, a former executive at a Wisconsin-based architectural firm was charged with embezzling more than $168,000 from the company. According to a criminal complaint, the suspect allegedly incorporated businesses to submit false billings and bonds to the company … Continue reading