You’re a Founder, CTO or Head of Operations and you’ve just arrived to your brand spanking new office. You are pretty satisfied with how it looks. It’s not quite as you remembered it the day you viewed 15 offices in 3 hours. But, the office is now yours and soon enough it will be the headquarters of your brand.
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How do you manage access to your coworking space? Are you currently using key cards or key fobs system to manage your access?
Max Scheutz, our VP of Business Development, looks at the basic metrics of access management and the unspoken problems and overlooked dangers that arise with using such systems.
Corporate and business technologies are changing at a much greater speed than the present speed at which industries are adapting. This is great news for disruptive technologies where business expenses such as office cleaning and SMB marketing are becoming revolutionized (i.e. Handy and Managed by Q). Yet, I think access management system and access control industry is still pretty much under-looked.
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After discussing on Albert’s Blog last week, I was thinking on how database leaks and database hacks should be avoided at all cost. Even as far to say that it should be made impossible.
When your company is growing its’ operations needs quickly become more complex. You need an access control system that can keep up with the new employees. Before it’s too late, you should consider a new access control system to scale with your business.
If your company is experiencing any of the following 5 signs, it’s time to consider making the switch.
Offices are easy targets for theft, unlawful entry, kidnapping and any criminal threats. Effective barriers and defences can reduce the likelihood for such criminal threats.
But most people are unsure of how they should go about protecting and defending their offices. They are unsure of what kind of security protocols and standards that should be in set in place for their offices.