Month: January 2016

iVisitor

8 Ways Organizations Benefit from Electronic Visitor Management

Electronic Visitor Management Systems Electronic Visitor Management Systems are quickly replacing hand-written, sign-in systems in the lobbies of businesses, hospitals, campuses and law enforcement agencies across the U.S. In an effort to add a layer of safety at the organization’s initial point of entry, create more detailed and uniform visitor records in seconds, curb criminal…
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Increased Security Measures Improving Hospital Experience

Many hospitals across the U.S. are taking a closer look at how to reduce vulnerabilities to criminal activity in their facilities. A variety of measures—from increasing the physical security presence, to improved visitor and vendor access protocols, to video monitoring are key to improving safety for patients and staff. Today’s healthcare facilities face a challenging…
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Technology Helps Law Enforcement Boost Security in Prisons

  Back in 1982, the number of inmates in the U.S. prison population topped off at 385,343. By the end of 2013, the inmate population in the U.S. was nearly 1.6 million people, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics. These numbers reflect prisoner counts exclusively in state and federal prisons—not including local jails. A…
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Nation’s Top Security-Minded Universities and Colleges 2015

Campus Safety has become a top-ranking item on the list of priorities for students and parents deciding on a college or university An increase in college and university campus shootings, sexual assaults and other crimes on college campuses in recent years has upped the demand for campus security. Establishing and maintaining a safe college or…
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