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Secure Your Home During the Holidays
The most wonderful time of the year can easily transform into a nightmare. Being vigilant, while still enjoying the holiday season, is possible. The holiday season is the perfect time to start implementing security measures to protect one’s home and ensure security while out and about.
The cloud has become a pervasive term in everyone’s daily work and personal lives - from the explosion of content available on Internet streaming services to remote learning to social interactions. Everyone is living cloud-based lives.
Discussions about the merits (or misgivings) around AI (artificial intelligence) are everywhere. In fact, you’d be hard-pressed to find an article or product literature without mention of it in our industry. If you’re not using AI by now in some capacity, congratulations may be in order since most people are using it in some form daily even without realizing it.
Fortunately, there is no need to construct a fortress-like entry that provides that high level of security. Today’s secured entry solutions make it possible to create a welcoming, attractive look and feel at the entry without compromising security. It is for this reason that security entrances have moved to the mainstream.
In today's world, the video management space encompasses a variety of features that are being influenced by market conditions and associated risks. Beyond the traditional, but still valuable, personnel and property security, and asset protection, organizations are leveraging their video management platforms across many departments to gain business intelligence.
Access control solutions are undergoing a rapid evolution, accompanied by the emergence of transformative trends that are revolutionizing the management of security and access across diverse spaces such as homes, offices, and institutions.
The unemployment rate in Maryland is now the lowest in the country at 1.7% in October. Most would think that is good news, but there is a downside to it. Businesses and several industries are struggling to fill vacancies. WBAL-TV looks into how that's possible.
Michael and Laura Haithcock of Greensboro, N.C., have called 9-1-1 6,200 times since 2004, costing taxpayers $2 million, and now each faces four counts of misusing the 9-1-1 system. The county is working with local agencies to create an adult welfare team to identify people who may need nonemergency assistance.
Governor-elect Jeff Landry today announced the appointments of Robert Hodges as the 27th Louisiana State Police Superintendent, Bryan Adams as Louisiana Fire Marshal, and Thomas Friloux as Louisiana's 51st Adjutant General.
The City of Pearl has partnered with Securix Mississippi to use existing traffic safety cameras to read license plates that will verify if a vehicle has insurance. Leaders said potential violations will be verified by a Pearl police officer, and a ticket will be mailed to the offender.