Premise Security: Know who’s there from anywhere

Know who’s there from anywhere

Two ways premises security has come into the age of IoT

Ever forget your keys and need to gain access to the office? It happens. Well, imagine using your smart phone (programmed with an application for keyless entry) to gain easy, secure access and never having to fumble for that key again? Or, how about getting a notification at 11pm Sunday night that someone’s entered your warehouse ― and being able to instantly view who it is and what they’re doing ...right on your device?  Welcome to the future of premises security – where almost anything’s possible with the right cabling infrastructure.

 Even if you rent your office space, gone are the days when the building landlord did it all. Proactive owners today are stepping up and investing in physical security measures to ensure their people, property and premises are protected 24/7.

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Dan Silverman
Power to the Pop Up: Why Tech-Driven Events Rock Harder

Slow lineups, paper tickets and restless bar crowds are all becoming things of the past in today’s world of plugged-in pop up stores, interconnected events and tech-rich concerts. Thanks to exciting advances in technology, fans are enjoying no-fuss admission, and a totally immersive experience never before available.

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Dan Silverman
Demystifying Digital Communications with SIP Trunking

SIP Trunking? Sounds like an elephant drinking tea – or a funky storage feature in a hybrid vehicle? Perhaps. So what does it actually mean?

SIP stands for Session Initiation Protocol, the technology and the standard that empowers Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) within today’s businesses.

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Dan Silverman
Seven ways Cloud Elevates your Business

Gone are the days of security concerns and uncertainty. The new breed of Cloud platforms for business communications are rock solid – and generating ROI results way up above the expectations of thousands of early adopters. As a result, there’s an up rush of interest and excitement, especially with business owners of mid-sized organizations eager to cut the wires and climb aboard.

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Dan SilvermanTelanet Canada