Webinar Shows How Campuses Can Unify Security, Increase Efficiencies
Most universities, schools and hospitals struggle with managing the wide variety of security systems they have installed on campus. When a multitude of solutions are deployed, there is an increased likelihood that there will be waste and duplication of effort. A unified approach to security management, then, is the goal of most campuses.
But just how should an institution go about making the upgrade?
On Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 11 a.m. (Pacific)/2 p.m. (Eastern), Charles Surendranath, NYU’s AVP for security administration, and Andrew Elvish, Genetec’s VP of marketing, will discuss how to successfully communicate and implement an integrated system. Sponsored by Prime Communications, this free, interactive webinar will cover:
- How to effectively build buy-in and support for your university’s unified security platform
- Understanding the challenges, benefits and promise of a unified approach
- When it’s time for your institution to undertake the move to a more open, modern and unified security system
Both presenters will also discuss how campuses can minimize duplication of effort by centralizing the management and monitoring of video, access control and LPR activities across many buildings, campuses and geographies. Additionally, they will cover the advantages of open platforms that enable the integration of HVAC, emergency notification and other systems.
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