Technology is evolving at a fast pace, but this is the slowest pace of change we’ll ever see. The tempo of change and adoption is increasing, fuelled by the democratization of innovation as technologies such as cloud computing give smaller companies greater access to new technologies. While the scale and use of some of these technologies are some way into the future, the rate of change we’re experiencing means that the future is not as far off as we may think. The present trend is tomorrow’s mainstream adoption, and organizations need to consider how this is affecting their businesses and what they should prioritize.
The convenience of a wireless system is tempting when you are purchasing a video surveillance system -you have more flexibility in where you install cameras, and can limit the number of cables you need to run by connecting to the cameras using Wi-Fi internet. Wireless cameras still need power source to function
Having the ability to control who comes into your building at any point in time is critically important for the security, safety, and health of those who work or spend time in a facility. Any business or organization with heavy foot traffic will particularly benefit from access control.