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Read: Irisys SafeCount Solution Automates Occupancy Compliance

Irisys SafeCount Solution Automates Occupancy Compliance

SafeCount displays visual warnings and alerts when occupancy limits are approached or exceeded.

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Read: Cybersecurity Pros Say Ransomware, Nation-State Attacks Dominate Threats

Cybersecurity Pros Say Ransomware, Nation-State Attacks Dominate Threats

State-backed attacks and ransomware demands averaging around $1 million are the top concerns for security professionals, CrowdStrike survey finds.

Resources

Read: Simplify ID Card Printing

Simplify ID Card Printing

Learn how ID card printers can bring efficiency and cost savings to your organization

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Read: Relying on Existing Technology to Meet COVID-19 Safety Requirements

Relying on Existing Technology to Meet COVID-19 Safety Requirements

Schools and colleges are expected to implement specific COVID-19 safety protocols, yet many are working with significantly reduced budgets.

Read: Feik School of Pharmacy Chooses SEAtS Software to Monitor Attendance

Feik School of Pharmacy Chooses SEAtS Software to Monitor Attendance

SEAtS Contact Tracing tools allow the school to track community transmission and quickly alert students and staff of any potential risk.

Read: Don’t Use These Passwords

Don’t Use These Passwords

If you or anyone in your organization uses these passwords, change them immediately.

Read: Shooter Detection Systems Receives Patent for Testing of Gunshot Sensors

Shooter Detection Systems Receives Patent for Testing of Gunshot Sensors

The Guardian Tester is a field testing device used by authorized dealers in the commissioning of a Guardian System and during scheduled maintenance visits.

Read: 5 Hilarious Moments Caught on Home Video Surveillance

5 Hilarious Moments Caught on Home Video Surveillance

Thanks in part to the affordability of modern technology, video surveillance isn’t only being used on campuses.

Read: Kenosha USD Chooses ZeroEyes’ AI Weapons Detection Platform

Kenosha USD Chooses ZeroEyes’ AI Weapons Detection Platform

Kenosha Unified School District, the third-largest district in Wisconsin, integrated ZeroEyes’ solution with its IP security cameras.

Read: Essential Communications: Five Ways Two-Way Radios Help Lower Costs and Increase Campus Safety

Essential Communications: Five Ways Two-Way Radios Help Lower Costs and Increase Campus Safety

Learn the advantages of using adopting two-way radio technology on campus.

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