The number one function of a property owner is to ensure the protection of the property. Protecting a property will prevent unauthorized access, theft, burglary, among other unscrupulous activities. Such protection is necessary not just for the property itself but also for the people that work within the property.
Limitations of the traditional protection system
The traditional ways that organizations and individuals protect their properties from unauthorized access and the attendant ills is through the use of locks and keys. Locks and keys are a good option as they ensure that only people who have the keys can gain entrance.
However, despite the benefits they offer, they have many limitations. Keys can be lost and misplaced. In the case of loss or misplacement, it gets to the hands of people who can thereby have access to the properties unknowingly to you.
Secondly, when you lock a door with keys, they are not actually locked the whole day. There are certain periods when the door exposes the building to insecurity.
Thirdly, people can duplicate keys. In the case where unscrupulous elements get their hands on the key, they can make duplicates which give them unrestricted access.
Access Control System to the rescue
The Network access control system was created to meet such limitations.
The Network access control system is a security architecture where you issue tokens for anyone who has legal access to the building. A token controls the entry and exit process, and anyone without the token is denied access.
But how is this different from the lock and key system? One, the tokens can be deactivated remotely. When you lose a token, they deactivate it so that if it falls into the hands of people with bad motives, they cannot use it. Similarly, when an employee leaves the office, their tokens are deactivated to prevent further access.
Secondly, the access control system ensures there is no need for you ever to change the lock again. Once you install the system, you can use it for a long time.
Thirdly, when you close the doors, they are truly and actually closed. There is no time of day when they are not closed except you agree to leave it open for a certain period of the day when you need it open.
The access control system offers many advantages that make it a better option compared to the traditional lock and key system.
Getting Started with the Access Control System
Installing the network access control system is the work of security systems expert. It is important to ensure you are working with security system experts that are experienced and very good at what they do.
At POGO Intelligent Security Systems, we have the experience and expertise to install a network access control system that puts your properties out of the reach of unauthorized access.
We prioritize your safety and security, and we will collaborate with you to achieve that through the provision of effective and efficient network access control system.