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Read: 8 Reasons Why Community Colleges Should Move Their Video Surveillance to the Cloud

8 Reasons Why Community Colleges Should Move Their Video Surveillance to the Cloud

Community college leaders are drawn to cloud video surveillance for improved security, automatic alerts, cybersecurity assurances and affordability.

Read: Your Primer on People-Counting Technologies

Your Primer on People-Counting Technologies

People-counting technologies have evolved over the years. Here’s the low-down on the different types and which applications suit them best.

Read: Getting a Read on Access Control This Year

Getting a Read on Access Control This Year

Some education and healthcare facilities are retrofitting their access control systems while the U.S. is still recovering from the pandemic. Here are some other trends we will see in 2021.

Read: Expect New Healthcare Challenges and Greater Technology Investment in 2021

Expect New Healthcare Challenges and Greater Technology Investment in 2021

Security technologies such as network cameras, access control, touchless entry and analytics have clear uses for healthcare now and in the post-COVID world.

Read: US Patent Office Issues Fourth Gunshot Detection Patent to Shooter Detection Systems

US Patent Office Issues Fourth Gunshot Detection Patent to Shooter Detection Systems

New patent awarded for a handheld device that tests acoustic and infrared gunshot detection sensors in the installation environment.

Read: AI-Powered Visual Gun Detection

AI-Powered Visual Gun Detection

Omnilert Gun Detect uses existing video surveillance systems to reliably and rapidly recognize firearms and immediately trigger multi-channel alerts and automated pre-defined safety protocols.

Read: Why Audio Is So Important in the Age of COVID-19

Why Audio Is So Important in the Age of COVID-19

During the coronavirus pandemic, it is wise for everyone to follow social distancing guidelines and wear masks. Audio solutions can help convey safety messages about these protocols.

Read: More than 1,000 Parents Sign Open Letter Calling for a Ban on Facial Recognition in Schools

More than 1,000 Parents Sign Open Letter Calling for a Ban on Facial Recognition in Schools

The letter is a part of a new effort by Fight for the Future, the digital rights group behind BanFacialRecognition.com that will specifically focus on K-12 schools.

Read: Study: On Average, Data Breaches Cost $3.86M Each

Study: On Average, Data Breaches Cost $3.86M Each

One out of five data breaches was due to an attacker using previously exposed employee credentials, and misconfigured cloud networks were used by attackers nearly 20% of the time.

Read: 5 Video Security Challenges to Address Before Returning to Campus

5 Video Security Challenges to Address Before Returning to Campus

While students, staff and faculty are still primarily engaged in virtual learning, educational institutions can use the current situation as an opportunity to evaluate and enhance video surveillance technologies on campus.

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