Reasons Why It Is Time to Transition Your Commercial Property to Access Control Locks

Posted on: 5 February 2021
One aspect of owning the commercial property that people never think about is the locking systems. Yet, the same way that you eventually have to replace items such as printers, office furniture and even electronics, your commercial locks will also need professional attention. However, while it may seem easier to repair or replace your traditional cylinder locks, it is worth noting that upgrading these systems will go a long way in minimising issues that would mandate hiring the services of a commercial locksmith routinely.
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3 Ways to Achieve the Best Security System for Your Hotel

Posted on: 22 May 2020
Hotels are becoming a frequent target for criminals and terrorists. The implications of such activities could end up ruining your hotel's reputation. You could also face some serious losses. Taking the necessary safety and security measures should be a top priority for your hotel. One of the best ways to keep your hotel and the people inside it safe is by installing a security system.  Here are the elements that your hotel security system should have.
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Emerging Access Control Trends in Schools for Educational Facility Managers

Posted on: 12 March 2018
Ever since the last school shooting in Australia, the country has recorded zero incidences of the same. Educational Facility Managers (EFMs) should, however, not let their guard down because one does not know what will happen next. Additionally, safety in schools does not stop at the student level, and as such, all school equipment and facilities must be kept safe. With the advanced digitization of the education system, access control strategies in educational facilities have changed over the years.
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Sneaky Places to Hide a Safe From Thieves

Posted on: 11 July 2017
Having a safe at home is the best way to protect your most valuable belongings, providing a secure place to store them where intruders can't get at them. However, it does mean that your treasured possessions are kept together in one place, and that place is instantly recognisable as somewhere likely to contain items worth stealing. While safes are designed to ensure this is no problem, they're not completely indestructible. A safe will thwart the attempts of most would-be thieves, but there are some who are able to break in, given enough time.
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