Commercial Security Amid COVID-19 | San Diego Security Systems

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  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. ...
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Top Questions to Ask When Installing Access Control Systems in Multiple Locations

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  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 […]
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IR and Visible Lighting: Seeing in the dark…and the light

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  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 ...
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Essential Checklist: Is Your Network Infrastructure Ready for Winter?

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  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 […]
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Security Guards: Does the Bad Far Outweigh the Good?

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  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 ...
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Fire Code Compliance: What You Need to Know

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  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 ...
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Up in the Clouds: Top 5 Benefits of a Cloud-based Access Control System

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  When it comes to managing your access control, we all want to work smart with speed and efficiency while minimizing the steps to gain total control of an office or facility. Whether you have two doors or two hundred, one building or fifty buildings, managing who goes in and out must be controllable anytime, anywhere. A […]
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Structured Cabling: Is Your Office Optimized for Network Speed and Efficiency?

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  K.I.S.S. or Keep it Simple Stupid is a frequently used design principle that was famously coined by Kelly Johnson, the lead engineer at Lockheed (creators of the Lockheed U-2 and SR-71 Blackbird spy planes, among many others). It asserts that most systems work optimally when foundational infrastructures are kept simple. After 50 years, ...
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Do You Have 24/7 Live Monitoring For Your Lab Equipment?

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Did you know that your lab equipment can be connected to and monitored by your existing burglar alarm system? The last thing a researcher or lab manager wants to find out is that a freezer, refrigerator, or incubator has failed overnight and ruined precious specimens, samples, etc., as well as the loss of countless hours of […]
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Should I Replace My Old CCTV System Or Upgrade To HD-Over-Coax?

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If you have an existing CCTV system utilizing coaxial cable and are considering paying your security service provider to replace the whole system, you may want to re-consider. Depending on your needs, you may be just fine utilizing HD-over-Coax technology. This will allow you to re-use the existing cabling which often times can be a […]
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