Posted by Megan Webb-Morgan on May 23, 2013 in Business Technology, Security Systems [ 0 Comments ]
There are a number of ways in which your business can fall prey to damage, theft, and fraud. However, you can take action to stop these threats to your business in their tracks.
The security features you will need encompass a variety of tools that help protect your business from physical and financial risk.
Posted by business on January 8, 2013 in Business Start Up Advice, IT services, Security Systems, VoIP [ 0 Comments ]
With it’s low cost and seemingly endless array of features, there’s a lot to love about VoIP Phone Systems.
But one aspect of this exploding technology continues to be a major concern for business owners: Security.
Since it’s inception, internet telephony has been vulnerable to hackers, disgruntled employees and others who wish to gather information or create network disruptions. And while file encryption, firewalls … Read More
Posted by Dave Thomas on July 14, 2011 in Business Technology, Legal Matters for Business, Security Systems [ 4 Comments ]
According to former CIA director Michael Hayden, who worked under President G.W. Bush, the U.S. may require an entire new piece of Internet infrastructure.
Reports indicate a number of high-level individuals in Washington, D.C. are considering the idea of forming a … Read More
Posted by Dave Thomas on June 6, 2011 in Business Start Up Advice, Business Technology, Security Systems [ 0 Comments ]
With the technology age moving faster than a speeding bullet, more and more businesses are noting concerns of being able to keep their company information to themselves.
Just last week in the news, China denied it had its hand in a hacking … Read More
Posted by Matt Krautstrunk on April 18, 2011 in Security Systems [ 1 Comment ]
So keeping your valuable business assets completely safe isn’t as easy as you once thought? Relying on trust isn’t enough for many growing businesses, according a US Chamber of Commerce estimate, “75% of all employees steal at least once and one in every three business failures are the direct result of employee theft.” Video surveillance is potentially the most cost-effective way for your company to … Read More
Posted by Matt Krautstrunk on March 31, 2011 in Security Systems [ 3 Comments ]
Biometrics…the same technology you’ve seen in James Bond and Batman movies has actually been around for quite some time. Adopted by businesses or homes to ramp up their security system and protect your critical assets, we are seeing a massive influx in people interested in the technology. Here is a shortlist of some of the most popular biometric access control systems:
- Retinal Scanners– Retina