Keeping your facility secure requires a flawless security infrastructure. Your first layer of security will be the door access system. This system allows only authorized personnel inside of your facility. If an individual tries to enter without the proper key card, they will be barred from entrance. This is often safer for those inside of the facility as well as the individual trying to gain access. And how does this system work? With a high-quality key card reader. There are several reasons to use a key card reader as part of your security infrastructure.
Electronic Keys Are Hard to Duplicate
When you hand out keys to the office, how do you know that one of your employees won’t make a copy for themselves to keep after being fired? This is a real risk with keys, but with key cards, the risk is nearly nonexistent. Key cards require a very sophisticated technology to create, so the odds of someone making a copy of a key card are slim to none.
You Won’t Have to Change Locks
What if someone loses their key card? Then anyone who finds it could access the facility, right? Actually, this problem is easily solved with a key card reader. Each card’s information is stored in a database. If someone loses their card, you simply remove that card from the database, rendering the actual card useless for anyone who might find it.
Change Clearance Levels Instantly
Suppose that you arrive at a site you do not usually visit and need to be able to access. Or perhaps a team member needs to handle an emergency in an area they would not normally have access to. The clearance levels of individual cards can be altered instantly by a network operator. This means team members can act quickly and efficiently when time is of the essence.
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FiberPlus has been providing data communication services for a number of different markets through fiber optics since 1992. What began as a cable installation company for Local Area Networks has grown into a top telecommunications business that can provide the Richmond, VA, Columbus, OH, Pittsburgh, PA, Baltimore, MD, Washington DC, and Northern Virginia areas with a number of different services. These services now include:
- Structured Cabling
- Electronic Security Systems
- Distributed Antenna Systems
- Audio/Visual Services
- Support Services
- Specialty Systems
- Design/Build Services
FiberPlus promises the communities in which we serve that we will continue to expand and evolve as new technology is introduced within the telecommunications industry.
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