Physical security in healthcare environments need solutions with greater interoperability, real-time data, and analyses that provide actionable insights.
The demand for Access Control as a Service is growing. To capitalize on this opportunity, you need to provide optimized solutions based on each client’s facility, operations, and plans for the future.
Failing to limit access, not deactivate old accounts, ignoring normal traffic flow, and not training users are some errors that can result in unauthorized people slipping through.
Access control solutions can address challenges in different ways, using different technologies. Which of these two products are right for your clients?
Here are the must-have features of an effective access control-as-a-service solution.
Your customers are migrating IT solutions to the cloud, and they’re asking about “cloud video” and VSaaS. Are you ready to provide them with the answer?
The demand for Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS) is on the rise, but you need to choose a solution that has the right features for your clients, as well as for your business.
It’s crucial to understand how VSaaS solutions can differ, the vendor’s role in maintenance and support, and your business’ readiness to sell Video Surveillance as a Service.
Drivers for VSaaS market growth include less hardware to purchase and maintain, easy scalability, and anytime, anywhere video access and monitoring.