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The ‘Credential’ for Unlocking Doors Moves to your Smartphone

In the physical access control world, the key that has traditionally been used to open doors is called a “credential”. In commercial buildings, where multiple people need to go through multiple doors to access the shared facilities, there was clearly … Read More

Access Control As A Service (ACaaS)

10 Things about Access Control System you Need to Consider Before Buying

Access Control System (ACS) can vary from electronic keypads that secure a single door to large networked systems for multiple buildings. They can involve a simple mechanism of punching in a password or be part of an advanced integrated system … Read More

Properties Industry

Property Managers – How Are You Managing Access Control in Your Buildings?

Property managers face a difficult task in providing security across their facilities for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that there are so many different types of properties that need to be managed, each with a … Read More

Web Based Access Control System

Mobile Physical Access Control: A new Approach for Opening Doors

Physical Access Control technology has begun moving into the cloud over the last 2-3 years, which has revolutionized backend facility management operations and maintenance. Now it’s time to adapt the front end to this reality, where Mobility is taking over … Read More

Opening Doors with your NFC enabled Phone: Next Generation Physical Access Control

Opening Doors with your NFC enabled Phone: Next Generation Physical Access Control

The earliest known lock and key was discovered in the ruins of biblical city of Nineveh, the capital of ancient Assyria in 7th century BC. Since then it’s been centuries of new types of key and locking mechanisms – from … Read More