Combining access control with video surveillance and alarms can help further protect your business from unwanted threats.
Better understand all of the components that go into fire alarm systems and how they’re able to keep your building and its occupants safe during a fire emergency
In order to continue support coverage for your systems, we will be identifying systems that are running Lenel OnGuard 7.1 or older versions and recommend the appropriate upgrade to a supported version that can be implemented as soon as we are available.
When it comes to protecting commercial buildings access control systems are a critical component. But how do you which is right for your business?
All hospitals and medical establishments need a well-functioning access control system to ensure the safety of those on the premises. Find out how to perform an audit and see if your access control system is working correctly.
There are a number of different types of access control systems you have to choose from to use in your residence or business facility and we have outlined the three basic types that are available for you to see which are best for your day-to-day operations.
Investing in the right technology is vital to the protection of your employees and visitors, as well as the success of your company, but just like all technology, faulty access control does occasionally occur and can cause some frustration. Here’s what you can do to help.
Whether a phishing email asked you to change your password or your credit card number and personal information was sent to millions of people on the internet, cybersecurity is becoming more and more important. Find out how you can stop your information from being next.
Here at TED Systems, we find that access control is one of the best ways to protect your employees and your company information. We are excited to tell you about the Lenel OnGuard version 7.4 upgrade.
While the process of upgrading or replacing electrical equipment can be a headache to do, it can prevent future fire hazards and help ensure that all of your equipment is working at full capacity.