The consumer and business markets for Internet of Things (IoT) technology have exploded over the last 10 years. These powerful, networked, data-gathering products are overflowing with the potential to transform how we live and work.
Internet of Things (IoT) technology has transformed how businesses of all sizes operate. IoT allows SMBs and enterprises alike to collect, analyze, and act upon a high volume of business intelligence that wasn’t previously accessible using existing control and management systems.
The storage and management of forensic evidence is an important part of the criminal justice system. Evidence management has also become a concern for private companies.
For years now, industrial automation has provided a reliable competitive advantage for businesses willing to invest in new technology. But with the Industry 4.0 revolution underway, automation is no longer an advantage; it is an essential service every business needs to stay viable.
Good corporate security programs need to do more than just deal with threats after they appear. A good security program helps manage the legitimate flow of assets and people in your organization in order to identify potential threats before they cause any harm.
Internet of Things (IoT) technology has had an impact on every business sector. However, IoT’s impact on the manufacturing and industry sectors has been notably large and came about quickly.
As your business grows, the amount of technology, people, and equipment you need to manage grows with it. At a certain point, it is no longer cost-effective to do that management manually. More and more business sectors are turning to remote monitoring and control systems (M&C) as solutions for automating many different business operations.
Mobile electronic devices can provide you with a large amount of insight and control over your business data and infrastructure. They are small, portable, and powerful tools that are rapidly transforming how different business sectors operate. Unfortunately, the very qualities that make them valuable to businesses also make them valuable targets for criminals.
IoT is shorthand for Internet of Things, which is the latest generation of business and consumer equipment connected to the internet. These devices can communicate with each other, central computer systems, and people in your workplace.
Sounds like IoT devices would be a perfect way to improve industrial automation. But is that always the case?
One of the core security needs for any business is to control who can access the business’s buildings and assets. Card readers are one of the most popular choices for conducting access control. Formerly only within the reach of enterprise security budgets, new, lower-cost access control systems are increasingly the preferred choice for businesses of all sizes.