With the recent advancements in software technologies and the ongoing partnerships between security manufactures, integration has become a popular substitute for traditional interfacing.
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BB&T Ballpark baseball facility unified security
BB&T Ballpark ensures the finest guest experience while protecting its newly-built 55-million-dollar facility from threats with unified video surveillance and access control
Sundsvall Timrå Airport
Sundsvall Timrå Airport is a regional airport on the north-eastern coast of Sweden. Its team achieves complete visibility of the terminal, gates and perimeter using Security Center.
Why unification is the best strategy for mass venue security
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How IP security technology fights theft at the cash register
According to an annual study published by Jack L. Hayes International Inc. this summer, 78,085 dishonest employees were apprehended in 2013, up 6.5% from 2012. The same report concluded that on -...
Don’t touch but please enjoy: IP security in museums
How museums use IP security tools to protect their most prized items without being intrusive
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Getting started with partitions and areas
One of the important system design features in Security Center is the ability to group entities, such as cameras, into separate security and organizational sets. We use partitions to group...
Some cool integrations with Security Center SDK
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The new Unified Web Client
Built-in high availability & load balancing with Security Center 5.1
There are multiple ways to protect a system against hardware or software failure. It usually starts with basic concepts like using RAID configuration for hard disk drives, redundant power supply...
Security Center minimizes network usage
One of the first concerns raised by IT departments when they hear about IP video surveillance is its impact on the network, the amount of bandwidth consumed by the different IP cameras. It is an...
Extending the reach of Security Center to other areas of security
One of the great new features available in Security Center 5.0 is the integration of third-party intrusion or alarm panels. Historically, Genetec solutions have integrated intrusion in a number of...
How to build a business case for Security System unification
When most people discuss security system unification such as merging video surveillance and access control under one platform, it is inevitable that the main benefit comes up often: greater...
COLTS mass transit security with IP video
County of Lackawanna Transit System implements the Omnicast IP video surveillance system at new transit center to enhance remote monitoring and tenant operations.
Who can benefit most from subscriptions
Chris Ritter, Director of Sales, North East US at Genetec, shares his views on the types of installations and clients that can benefit most from Security Center Subscription in this short Q&A.
It’s time to subscribe to choice
Every customer we meet is unique. That’s why our focus at Genetec™ has always been to give our customers more flexibility.
A guide to hardening your Security Center system
Consult our hardening guide for tips and tricks on how to better secure your Genetec Security Center system.
Two-sided take on casino surveillance with Security Center
Casinos and gaming establishments have tricky environments to secure. These facilities are usually open to the public, at all hours of the day and night, and large sums of cash are carried across...
3 reasons why airports rely on Security Center