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Technology is always improving to make way for faster, more efficient ways of communication. However, in order to make way for the newer generation, the older tech must be retired. An important transition already in the works is the move from older copper-based phone lines to networks running on wireless and fiber. Cutting the Wires […]
Shifts in cellular technology are ongoing and it is likely they always will be. As each new technology or “generation” is introduced—for example, “5G”—older technologies are retired to make room. The current 5G cellular roll-out means the shutdown of 3G services, a process started in 2019. 3G technology has been the communications backbone for ...
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With all that is happening in the world today, new security threats to businesses and facilities are evolving all the time. With this in mind, it is even more critical that your security systems address those threats in a way that reflects your security and budget requirements. How Does a Professional Evaluation Work At CCS, […]
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As COVID-19 lockdown restrictions begin to lift, the risk/liability of violating health guidelines intended to prevent the further spread of the virus could threaten reopening efforts. Whether you’re a facility manager, lab manager, or a business owner, getting your employees back to work at your facility probably includes new practices and ...
With current health concerns surrounding the COVID virus spreading throughout much of the world, many businesses are having to adjust operations, reduce hours and staffing, and leave businesses unattended for longer periods. Unfortunately, these changes can mean that businesses are more vulnerable to crimes such as theft and vandalism. ...
Controlling and managing who goes in and out of your office in multiple locations can turn into a real headache. Providing the right access at the right time under a role-specific criteria enables you to not only protect your facility and people, but assets such as your intellectual property or proprietary technologies. The ability […]
Video surveillance in areas with minimal light is a major concern for any installation, and many entry level cameras require sufficient ambient lighting to produce high definition/high resolution images. Of course, surveillance cameras are often needed in areas that may lack ideal illumination. Despite sensors optimized for low-light ...
With temperatures continuing to dip, winter is well on its way and in some parts, it’s already here. It’s also the time of year when fire departments from coast to coast see surges in fire-related incidents from both residential and commercial buildings. Whether you’re a business owner or facility manager, staying abreast of the […]
Hiring security guards has historically been one of the primary frontline defense methods of securing property, land, and all of the physical/critical assets housed within. That said, take a moment to really think about the pros and cons of hiring security guards. Ask yourself whether you’re willing to take on additional liability and ...
Every year, fires impact thousands of businesses that result in injury, death, property damage, and loss of public trust. Unfortunately, many business owners believe a fire could never happen to them despite the data revealing the opposite. The National Fire Protection Association estimates that each year, there are 90,000-100,000 fires ...