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Read: K-12 Security Upgrade Opportunities You May Have Missed

K-12 Security Upgrade Opportunities You May Have Missed

Read: IP-Enabled Campus Access Control Locks

IP-Enabled Campus Access Control Locks

IP-enabled PoE and WiFi campus access control locks from ASSA ABLOY Group brands Corbin Russwin and SARGENT combine multiCLASS SE® technology with a magnetic stripe reader, offering simultaneous support for multiple credentials.

Read: In Search of a Repeatable, Affordable School Security Model

In Search of a Repeatable, Affordable School Security Model

One North Carolina elementary school demonstrates how risk assessments, technology and policies can be implemented in a cost-effective way to improve safety. Could this model apply to your K-12 campus?

Read: Case Study: 7 Campuses Centralize Security Control

Case Study: 7 Campuses Centralize Security Control

Learn how the nation’s fourth-largest school, Central Piedmont Community College, is creating a safer environment by centralizing control of video surveillance, access control and more across seven campuses.

Read: Culver City Schools Integrate Their Security Systems

Culver City Schools Integrate Their Security Systems

The Culver City (Calif.) School District has integrated its new IP video and access control solutions. Now, entry to the campuses is limited to authorized persons and vehicles, and clearer video helps keep crime under control.

Read: Advancing Campus Access Control One Door at a Time

Advancing Campus Access Control One Door at a Time

Installing an access control system for future growth is everybit as important as making sure it is backwards compatible. Whetherdeploying standalone electronic locks, networked and/or integratedsystems, or high-level technology such as biometrics, campuses shouldadopt solutions that can accommodate their changing needs.

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