Campus Access Control Advancements

Securing a college or university campus begins with keeping people out of facilities where they have no legitimate business—from an administration office to a dormitory or an equipment storeroom. But, it also means providing the appropriate access for students, faculty, and staff—at all times of the day and under varying circumstances.

 

 

In This White Paper:

  •  Limitations of lock-and-key control
  •  Advantages of electronic access control
  •  Integration of systems
  •  Credentials and readers
  •  Permissions, partitions, and zones
  •  Audit trails
  •  Choosing a provider

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