Protect Your Assets with Active Video Surveillance and Access Control Systems
Your staff, customers, and stakeholders rely on you to provide a safe and trusted environment. With advanced data privacy and other compliance regulations in place, this often means reducing access to certain portions of your building or tracking the activity around specific areas of your business.
Just as technology teams are actively working to protect the digital portions of your business assets, video surveillance and access control systems help ensure that the physical rules and regulations are being actively followed.
Maintain Physical Building Security with Advanced Access Control Systems
Working with the Alvarez Technology Group ensures that you have the most advanced solutions for your access control needs. We are continually refining our knowledge of access control solutions, researching new ways to implement access control that provides enhanced user experience, and superior ease of use for administrators. As we define your system requirements, we will also review the various analytics and reporting needed to maintain a cohesive view of your properties. Our active alert systems cover a range of security solutions:
- Perimeter and Interior
- Door and Gate Access
- Emergency Call Box
- Restricted Key System
- Visitor Management
- Video Intercoms
- Networked Door Locks
- Panic Buttons
These crucial safeguards reduce the possibility of unauthorized access to sensitive areas or information while also eliminating the need for physical keys and protecting your physical environment.
Promote a Positive Environment with Video Surveillance
Today’s video surveillance technology has advanced dramatically from the simple systems of the past. With fully-integrated solutions that can work tightly with your building’s access controls, video surveillance is one of the best ways to ensure your business assets, customers, and staff members are safe. The exceptional audio and video quality that you can expect with functional systems make it easier for law enforcement professionals to perform investigations while cloud-based solutions ensure that you are always in control of your sensitive operations.
Video surveillance is not only for protection — it can also be useful to help promote a positive working environment. When staff members are aware that there is advanced security monitoring in place, they are less likely to indulge in less-than-appropriate activities, such as harassment or even theft. With higher quality video, wider viewing angles, and the ability to capture a broad spectrum of activities, merely having video surveillance in place can resolve issues you may not even know existed.
Benefits of Video Surveillance and Access Control Systems
Combining video surveillance and access control systems into a comprehensive strategy is where the experts at Alvarez Technology Group truly shine. Together, these systems offer early notifications of any unexpected activity without the requirement for human intervention. Instead, pre-defined business logic helps ensure that rules are applied consistently across your organization while also protecting staff members, employees, and business assets from potential risks. Criminals that see robust physical access and video security systems are likely to look for easier targets. Companies have been using video surveillance for years to help control inventory, gather evidence for liability protection, provide real-time monitoring of customers and staff, and reduce the need for full-time security staff at your various locations.
Protecting your organization starts with the basics: secure and reliable surveillance and access control systems that operate intuitively and are well-supported by vendors and partners. The team at Alvarez Technology Group has two decades of experience providing business owners in the Salinas area with trusted leadership, expertise, and hassle-free service. Contact the Alvarez Technology Group professionals at (831) 753-7677 to schedule a complimentary initial consultation or reach us via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.