The best way to ensure office security?
Hello, dear experts. My question is about ensuring the security of offices. Due to the pandemic, it was decided to let night shift employees work from home. So, in the daytime, there are a couple of persons on duty in the office and in storage. At night, the premises are fully empty. Even though the district isn't famous for criminality I think it's a decent idea to rely on something more serious than a door lock. I read about Ajax systems which offer professional wireless security solutions and about a couple of others. What's your take on such systems? What should I pay attention to before purchasing one? If you use any, please, tell me which one. It's gonna be really helpful for me.
How about a good old security guards for your office protection.
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I would also recommend Ajax systems. I have this installed at our office. Everyone from the security group is absolutely satisfied with that. So, I do not have anything to add. I can mention all the advantages I like about that security system. It is wireless. That makes it more reliable and increase the security level. Secondly, it can be operated from several devices. There is a brand phone application. So, you can control the office from any location. Also, the batteries' lifetime period is more than 5 years. That is really great for an office. There is no need to think about it.
I believe that in 2021 that is necessary to use all the available kinds of house protection
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Hello, friend! I should say Ajax is a reliable variant. But you have to know that this is a professional variant, so it will cost you a little more than any DIY option. You have to call professionals to install the system. Nevertheless, you will get a fully-equipped security system with lots of opportunities. You can control it through the app with other workers. By the way, I would recommend you to choose the products you need. This system is also good for houses, so they have several devices which are more suitable for them, but are useless for offices. You can read about each of the products on the website or call them for a consultation.
Ajax is quite good. They have modern opportunities and minimalistic design. They look like Apple products. There is a special phone app to control the situation. The system does not need an Internet connection, so it makes it more reliable. My father lives in Italy, and he has a small restaurant with a shop there. He also uses Ajax. You know what, I would better recommend you to think about what products you need to be included in your system or call Ajax for a free consultation. They will estimate the work and number of devices you need, so you will be able to compare with others.
With all due respect, Akshay, I bet the question is about the physical security of premises and people inside. I don't think, say, financial security will suffer that much if you leave an office. As criminality was mentioned I believe it's about ways of leaving a possibility of getting burgled aside.
What kind of security do you mean, the office space itself or data? If we are talking about a physical room, there are very cool options for reliable locks, as well as security cameras, for example, here you can read an excellent review of one of them https://securejump.net/night-owl-security-camera-reviews/, and in General, you will find there a lot of useful tips for maintaining the security of the desired room
The question is so broad, there is no answer that fits all sizes.
What do you mean by company security?
Secure tangible assets
Secure access to your premises (offices, production plants, etc.)?
Secure your IT infrastructure functionality?
Provide safety to your employees while in office or outside your office?
Secure intangible assets
Financial security against currency exchange turmoil?
Privacy of your in-company correspondence?
Protect your company know-how from competitors’ spying?
If, by the chance, your question was about protecting the privacy of your in-company correspondence, we happen to provide untraceable, encrypted smartphones which offer in our opinion, the highest level of security when it comes to protect the privacy of individual on-line correspondence (phone calls, email, instant messaging).
Please bear in mind though that, according to Fortune, 1 in 5 employees are willing to sell their credentials for money, half of them for less than a thousand bucks. You better plan how to protect your assets with that in mind.