August 2013 - Report Exec

Hotel security software offers versatility to hotel guards

30 Aug 13

Hotels entertain visitors from around the world throughout the year. During peak travel periods, hotels can be booked full of people and it can be important to ensure that all the appropriate security measures are adhered to. Hotel security software solutions offer hotels a variety of tools to handle any incidents that may occur. Hotel Security Software: 3 ways it can help Here are a few examples of how the versatility of the software can help hotel administration in their security efforts: 1. […]

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Security software secures our lives

30 Aug 13

There are certain stipulations that administrators are to follow in the event of a criminal incident. Security software solutions help officials across organizations to maintain the standards that have been set. Here are a few ways that the systems reinforce compliance management in areas that matter most: Security software: 3 ways software helps secure our lives 1. Follows Clery Act requirements Colleges consistently have visitors from the community interacting with the campus environment as well as thousands of students that are regularly on the grounds. […]

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Campus shooting: quick thinking saves woman’s life

30 Aug 13

Though many of the nation’s educational institutions have strengthened security capabilities over the summer, sometimes the best-made plans will falter in the face of unexpected events like campus shootings. However, the increased prevalence of surveillance systems and incident management solutions, along with more intensive training for campus law enforcement personnel will hopefully deter further tragedies from occurring. Campus shooting: quick thinking stumps the gun The Montgomery Adviser recently reported that a man drove onto the campus of Faulkner University in Alabama and […]

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Security increase in South African Hospital in wake of crime

30 Aug 13

Organizations of all kinds will too often implement a security increase as reactionary measures to criminal incidents. Hospitals have seen several strange and dangerous events occur in the United States and abroad throughout the past few months, all of which illustrate the importance of a proactive approach to a facility security increase. The New Age recently reported that security capabilities at one hospital were so bad that 40 junior doctors decided to stage a protest until administrators implemented the necessary safety […]

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Schools battle to expand security against restraints

29 Aug 13

As a result of the tragedies that struck the state of Connecticut last school year, districts have pushed to increase budgets and use those funds to expand security capabilities. Between new door locks, additional personnel, advanced training, surveillance systems and much more, many administrators are hoping that the measures in place will deter further issues. The New Haven Register recently reported that administrators of districts in the Greater New Haven area are now putting their security upgrades to the test with students returning […]

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Australian hospitals strengthen security, is it enough?

29 Aug 13

Several recent incidents involving lapses in hospital security in the United States have captured national attention, including one in Boston and another in Minneapolis. Healthcare providers are tasked with providing patients exceptional care while maintaining a secure environment for patrons, employees and any other visitors. Now, in Australia, new security measures have been questioned by professionals in the sector and may call to strengthen security further. Strengthen security: is it enough? ABC News recently reported that the Australian Coalition has […]

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