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As we step into 2024, the landscape of campus security is evolving rapidly, with digital innovations at the forefront of this transformation. The challenge for many campus security professionals is identifying which innovations are important and how to leverage them to make their security programs more effective. Fortunately, we have identified five digital innovations that will have a significant impact …

In today’s complex cargo logistics world, the high stakes of shipping delays or losses can impact businesses and economies globally, emphasizing the …

Table of Contents Ditch the paper, pen and static CAD drawings Scope your project accurately to avoid scope …

Table of Contents Gain visibility, inventory your existing system Select a physical security standard that fits your organization’s …

Part four of our five-part series discussing SiteOwl’s Lifecycle Management Framework. What’s a state-of-the-art facility without a security system? It’s just a building. If you’re a security director or physical …

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Security integrators can help customers with their infrastructure planning and budgeting process by understanding their operational structure and providing actionable information.

Seasoned industry veteran leverages 22 years of hands-on experience to empower SiteOwl customers.

Becoming a strategic security partner means getting out what you have put in, meaning reaping the benefits of your good customer service.

There are many reasons why integrators struggle to become a strategic security partner for their customers. By recognizing these 5 reasons, integrators can start to make changes toward becoming a strategic security partner.

Being a strategic security partner means providing top notch customer service. Here are 5 reasons your customers don't see you as a strategic security partner.

Security integrators can make simple changes in their business models to successfully generate recurring revenue and boost their profits.

Everyone from parents to teachers and school officials agrees that classroom and campus safety are major priorities, but pouring money in school security with the aim to prevent a threat that may never materialize could be beyond the scope of sensible spending.

Between the hundreds (or thousands) of security cameras, access control systems, metal detectors, and other safety measures implemented across your school district, it can be hard to stay on top of system changes and new implementations.

Nearly half of all US security installations were completed for commercial customers in 2018, and many integrators follow similar processes when trying to complete complex jobs.

It’s true that, when implemented correctly, an ERP system can streamline your business workflow and provide deep insight into your installation process. But trying to use an ERP like a monitoring package for your metrics won’t help you resolve security installation challenges.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term meant to describe the system of computing devices and digital machines (all with unique identifiers) that can transfer data over a network without the need for human interaction.

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Security integrators can help customers with their infrastructure planning and budgeting process by understanding their operational structure and providing actionable information.

Seasoned industry veteran leverages 22 years of hands-on experience to empower SiteOwl customers.

Becoming a strategic security partner means getting out what you have put in, meaning reaping the benefits of your good customer service.

There are many reasons why integrators struggle to become a strategic security partner for their customers. By recognizing these 5 reasons, integrators can start to make changes toward becoming a strategic security partner.

Being a strategic security partner means providing top notch customer service. Here are 5 reasons your customers don't see you as a strategic security partner.

Security integrators can make simple changes in their business models to successfully generate recurring revenue and boost their profits.