Privacy matters quite a bit to a large number of people. Some 150 countries had codified a right to privacy in their constitutions. And nowhere has the debate over what constitutes a right to privacy raged as fiercely as in the United States. As government surveillance capabilities have increased, private businesses that want to keep their facilities secure have started asking themselves a question: Is surveillance with security cameras legal? Read More about Are Security Cameras & Surveillance Legal? »
Your property is only as safe as the people who have access to it. That might sound like an utterly obvious truism, but too many businesses and organizations ignore it — to their peril. With more than two-and-a-half decades in the security business, AT&I Systems understands the importance of access control and knows how to implement it in your building or facility. Read More about What is Access Control & Why is it Necessary? »
When Valencia Shores, a senior-living community for active residents ages 55 and up, needed security, it turned to AT&I Systems. Though Boynton Beach boasts a rich history and is situated next to Palm Beach, it also has a crime rate that’s 75 percent above that of the national average. That’s why Valencia Shores turned to AT&I for the installation of a high-definition surveillance system powered by Avigilon Analytic Technology. Read More about AT&I Awarded the Video Monitoring System Install at Valencia Shores »
In an ideal world, entry management would be easy. Tenants would always pick up their phones, on-site security guards would never let their attention drift, and the only visitors attempting to gain access would be utterly upright do-gooders. But we don’t live in an ideal world. Sometimes tenants can’t answer calls. Sometimes security guards let their attention wander. And sometimes the people trying to gain access to a property don’t have your best interest in mind.
That’s why the Ascent M2 exists. In a less-than-ideal world, it safeguards tenants and property managers alike. Read More about Ascent M2: Property-Access Solution for an Imperfect World »
At one point, common wisdom held that having actual on-staff or contracted guards at a property was the best security money could buy. Time and tough experience has proved otherwise in many situations. Sadly, guards’ commitment and personal engagement vary from person to person. What many property managers need is an always-on, high-functioning, multi-platform technological solution. Read More about What Is the Watchman EVO? »
There’s a lot of excitement around artificial intelligence (AI) today — and rightly so. AI is shifting the modern landscape of security and surveillance and dramatically changing the way users interact with their security systems. But with all the talk of this potential, you might be wondering: what problems can AT&I Systems and AI help you solve today? Read More about How Artificial Intelligence Makes Managing Security Easier »
For many security systems, a telephone entry unit serves as an essential part of an access-control system. Eliminating the need for costly and unreliable security personnel, such units allow owners to easily admit guests. However, traditional telephone entry units have often caused as many problems as they have solved.
Any piece of equipment can prove inefficient if not properly implemented. Still, once you understand the problem points, it’s easy to minimize the so-called “x factors” that hinder security systems. Read More about 3 Common Problem Areas for Security Systems »
CCTV cameras are high-tech, high-quality pieces of equipment with a wide range of security options and customizations that can fit into all sorts of settings. AT&I Systems can work to create a CCTV solutions for your businesses security and financial requirements, unlocking the value of the system. Read More about Benefits From a CCTV System »
No one would doubt that our closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems boast technologically advanced cameras. They can zoom in. They can rotate. They can even record in high resolution.
But here’s the real question: Can CCTVs help you detect crime and potential security breaches before they happen and prevent serious losses?
The answer is, well, yes and no.