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Exhibiting at IFSEC 2017: Stand E1225
Vanderbilt ACT acquisition
Vanderbilt’s recent acquisition of Irish-based company ACT has added a cloud-based access control and video management solution, ACT365, to its arsenal. In addition to SPC Connect, ACT365 gives extra force to Vanderbilt’s cloud-based products, a technology that is gaining momentum in the security industry as customers become more comfortable with its services.
Both solutions harness the power, scalability, and simplicity of the cloud to deliver new features and time and money saving benefits for installers and end users alike. The cloud gives installers the ability to set up, manage, and maintain large networked security systems remotely. End users benefit from a system that can be maintained more efficiently and easily reconfigured as their requirements change.
For instance, ACT365 is a cloud-based access control and video management solution. If there is somebody at your site entrance, you can verify the person and open the door - all from your smartphone. If an incident occurs at a door, ACT365 allows you to simply click on the access control event “Door Forced” to locate and review recorded footage of the incident occurring.
SPC Connect is an intrusion detection system that leverages connectivity with scalability and flexibility, all of which are critical to today's end users. Mobile capability is at a premium in our society, and many businesses require the ability to control their security on the go. SPC Connect allows this in an easy-to-use application for complete control over the intrusion detection systems already in place.
AT IFSEC, Vanderbilt is sharing its expertise in cloud-based security solutions in a presentation by David Moran called ‘Cloud on the Horizon: Are you prepared?’. The discussion will provide valuable insight for those wishing to introduce the cloud into their security solutions. Visitors with interest in intrusion technology should also add IFSEC’s Intrusion Panel Debate to their agenda, featuring Pauline O’Riordan, Head of Product Management at Vanderbilt.