Security Technology

Read: Eagle Eye Networks Predicts 2021 Video Surveillance Trends

Eagle Eye Networks Predicts 2021 Video Surveillance Trends

The company predicts more sophisticated AI and analytics and a call for open systems that can easily integrate with other technologies.

Read: Hospital Administers 830 COVID Vaccines in 2 Hours after Freezer Fails

Hospital Administers 830 COVID Vaccines in 2 Hours after Freezer Fails

The sensor that monitors the freezer containing the vaccines didn’t work and didn’t notify hospital personnel of the problem.

Read: Court: Michigan Private Schools Can Use Tax Dollars for Safety

Court: Michigan Private Schools Can Use Tax Dollars for Safety

The three-to-three decision upheld the findings of a lower court.

Read: How Mass Notification Systems Can Help Automate Lockdowns

How Mass Notification Systems Can Help Automate Lockdowns

By connecting IoT devices to a mass notification system, campuses can automatically lock doors and send alerts by pushing the same button.

Read: Despite Decline in Usage, Blue Light Emergency Phones Are Here to Stay

Despite Decline in Usage, Blue Light Emergency Phones Are Here to Stay

Research shows blue light emergency phones help deter crimes, and students and parents still want the technology on campus.

Read: Indoor Air Quality Testing 101

Indoor Air Quality Testing 101

Having actionable indoor air quality data could help employees, students and visitors feel more confident when they return to work or school.

Read: The Best Campus Safety Security Technology Content from 2020

The Best Campus Safety Security Technology Content from 2020

Big security technology changes have been made on all types of campuses due to the pandemic. See which changes our readers were most interested in this year.

Read: 10 Most Popular K-12 Campus Safety Stories of 2020

10 Most Popular K-12 Campus Safety Stories of 2020

Check out 2020’s most-read Campus Safety articles that focus primarily on K-12 campus security.

Read: This Generation Has the Worst Password Hygiene

This Generation Has the Worst Password Hygiene

This group is more likely to reuse passwords for work, a sign of bad password management practices.

Read: Preparing for the Next Critical Campus Event with Artificial Intelligence

Preparing for the Next Critical Campus Event with Artificial Intelligence

Although threat assessment teams remain an important part of response to critical campus events, AI-powered technology can filter the noise and support analysts and key decision makers.

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