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  • Access control boosts user experience in buildings
    Energy savings and operational efficiency aside, a smart building is all about the user experience. Advances in access control technology – for example integration with building management and more innovative credentialing – ensure a more automated and frictionless experience as users go in and out ...
    2017/04/04
  • Choosing the right PIAM system for enterprise
    Keeping track of each and every person within an enterprise environment can be quite a task. Couple that with managing their access and the task becomes all the more complicated.
    2017/04/03
  • Nedap, Milestone integration running deeper
    Last year Nedap Security Management and Milestone Systems entered into a strategic partnership whereby both companies' flagship products, the AEOS Access Control and XProtect VMS, were to be integrated together. Now, both companies are demonstrating this integration and how it can be applied in diff...
    2017/03/28
  • PIAM: What is it, and challenges encountered for enterprises
    Identity management in enterprise environments is an integral part of both physical and data access. However, identity and access management is complex and can be complicated.
    2017/03/27
  • In buildings, access control-video integration never goes out of style
    A main feature of a smart building is operational efficiency, enabling the user to do more with less. In this regard, access control and video integration plays a major role, providing a single, unified platform for the building manager to run various operations, in particular security.
    2017/03/24
  • Access control unlocks the smartness in buildings
    Access control has long performed its chief function – that is, letting those with access rights in and thus helping protect lives and assets. But more and more, access control is seen to be able to provide more value than just opening doors. Nowhere is this more manifested than in a smart building.
    2017/03/22
  • Top trends in access control cited for 2017
    Using access control to make a building smarter – helping end users improve operational and management efficiency – has been cited as a major trend in access control for 2017 by CEM Systems, which also listed some other developments to watch for.
    2017/03/21
  • When your vending machines and streetlamps turn against you in a botnet attack
    A recent DDoS incident whereby campus-wide connected devices including vending machines and streetlamps were used as bots to slow down the university’s network again underscored the importance of cybersecurity in the IoT age.
    2017/03/15
  • How VSaaS is a ‘smart move'
    Video surveillance as a service (VSaaS) has become a hot topic, benefiting users who do not necessarily have the budget to purchase equipment. Besides retail and residential applications, VSaaS is increasingly used in fleet management, helping operators gain better oversight of their drivers and veh...
    2017/03/09
  • Video makes parking smarter, too
    Besides traditional sensors, video is being increasingly used as a sensor detecting parking space availability. Moreover, when combined with automatic license plate recognition (ALPR), video can perform other functions such as parking enforcement and payment.
    2017/03/08