Posts Tagged ‘Diebold’

The new central station

Tuesday, May 31, 2011 9:33 Be the first to comment

Central station evolving to ‘hub’ and ‘information-processing center’ By Daniel Gelinas The security industry is a technology-driven ecosystem. This year’s ISC West show in Las Vegas is proof enough of that. There were new technologies on display and talk everywhere about new technologies that integrate the information from disparate technologies into a single interface (physical [...]

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Let’s get physical and logical: One credential for both

Monday, July 26, 2010 14:09 Be the first to comment

Is it too complicated? Or should you be selling it too? By Martha Entwistle There’s been plenty of talk in recent years about the wonders of using one card to get employees in the door and onto their computers. In this day and age, it makes sense to “treat access control holistically,” says Diebold’s Tony [...]

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Special report: The IP central station: ‘Why would anybody do this?’

Thursday, January 7, 2010 11:44 Be the first to comment

IP technology has been “coming” to security—mostly accompanied by fanfare—for a while. As numerous reports have made clear, IP opens up all kinds of new opportunity for the security industry in the form of new services and added value for the end user—both of which translate to more revenue. It also, however, opens up new worlds of complexity and expense in the form of new infrastructure needed, more training for personnel, and the convergence of security and IT.

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