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    In Case of Emergency: Create a Disaster Plan

    In Case of Emergency: Create a Disaster Plan
    A smoke alarm or a life preserver may save your life, but they won't save your business. You need a real disaster plan now. Your business's survival depends on it. Lonnie Lehrer thought he was prepared for anything. The CEO of Leros Point to Point, a New York City limousine service, had redundant computer systems for his dispatch software, battery backup ...
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    The Worst That Could Happen: 5 Scenarios

    It's time to face your worst business nightmares. Don't cover your ears and cringe until you hear how you can prepare yourself. Oklahoma City. Columbine. September 11. Every once in a while, we are reminded life is unpredictable. And if you're responsible for employees and customers, you've come to the conclusion that it's never a bad idea to imagine the unimaginable.Two ...
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    IP Security Camera Pros and Cons

    IP Security Camera Pros and Cons
    An IP security camera offers many benefits compared to a traditional analog camera. An IP security camera produces better images, higher resolution and has more flexibility than analog cameras. And that's just for starters. Because IP cameras store the images they capture on a server, users can e-mail video images to anyone in the organization for further consultation. With old analog ...
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    Security Technology Value Engineering: Mistakes to Avoid

    Security Technology Value Engineering: Mistakes to Avoid
    Security directors and facility executives alike have had to deal with a common C-suite mandate of late: Do more with less. This is especially true during the design of a facility, as an organization works to fulfill the operational and functional requirements for the building within the expected budget or guaranteed/gross maximum price. Unfortunately, the economy has far-reaching impacts on the ...