It’s possible that cleaning and disinfecting a full height turnstile or security revolving door hasn’t been at the top of your to-do list. However, as we face global pandemics as well as annual flu seasons, it’s important to address the cleaning of something that hundreds to thousands of hands touch each and every day – your entrances.
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Keeping people safe and secure has become one of the primary responsibilities of management at today’s organizations. With the wide range of different hardware and software available to meet that objective, it can be challenging to determine what best suits the needs of a particular facility. Even once a prospective purchaser has made the determination to deploy a specific product or system, there are still many decisions to be made.
When it comes to preventing tailgating at the most sensitive of areas, such as data centers and corporate headquarter buildings, security portals are the solution of choice for the Fortune 100. Sometimes called a mantrap or sally port, portals reliably protect people and information every time.
What makes the mantrap portal so unique among other entry solutions?
Are you looking at different types of security entrances and trying to compare which one is right for you?
Security revolving doors have been gaining in popularity over the past 10 years. Why?
In this quick video, I'll share with you the top 5 features of a security revolving door that make it one of the most desirable security solutions for many types of facilities. Just click below to watch!
So, what do you know about revolving doors?
A revolving door can be a complex solution to implement. A big reason for this is that there are often several parties related to a revolving door sale (contractors, specifiers, architects, etc.). This means the final building owners and facility managers may not have a full understanding of the benefits and value they can deliver.
No organization has unlimited budgets for security. Because of that, you have to make some difficult choices when you are planning your overall security program. You need to determine what your objectives are, and then prioritize them so you know how to best allocate your budget.