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Dan Gundry

Over the last several weeks, the world has seen an unprecedented shift in day-to-day business operations, transitioning toward a remote workforce and all that entails, as well as limiting person-to-person contact in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus. As more direction comes from the federal government (as well as many state leaders), businesses are tasked with not only keeping people safe, but critical assets, as well. Many times, this means keeping employees deemed “essential,” such as security directors and on-site operators safe and these departments operational.

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Lianna Russell

A control room environment comes in a number of forms and functions, but one thing remains consistent: the need for these spaces to meet the security demands of a 24/7/365 mission-critical environment. Incorporating the right technology and equipment, coupled with the support security leaders and operators need to make decisions, means that these spaces require thoughtful design and integration. This is where a control room integrator can come in and help deliver a number of results, such as:

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Angela Nolan

Control rooms were once used by a select few, typically government agencies and utilities. However, as our world becomes more connected, many vertical markets are embracing the technology to analyze data and appropriately respond to incidents. From college campuses to hospitals and retail stores, these control rooms are more common than ever before. As the adoption of control rooms increases across the board, it provides an opportunity for end users to partner with an AV integrator to create a holistic approach for a security program that eliminates siloed systems and operations.

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Lianna Russell

In the world of technology, there’s a tool for everything. Just look at the App Store – whether you want to track how many calories you eat in a day, control your home security system, or check the weather, there is bound to be some type of application that can accomplish your goal.

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Lianna Russell

When any business is investing in the improvement of workplace technology and communication solutions, it is important to maximize the investment, as well as realize the return. Where companies sometimes fall short in accomplishing this is when they employ reactive strategies to maintain and repair their systems. Not realizing an issue exists until an executive is ready to present, or most of your AV and IT teams spending their entire day running from conference room to conference room, are just a few examples of typical scenarios we come across often.

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