Combining systems intelligence and human insight for superior security
Over the years, many security and surveillance solutions have been introduced in the security marketplace that work well independently; however, there are downsides to using only stand-alone systems for each of these safety and security needs.
To overcome the weaknesses of stand-alone systems, and to gain some of the potential benefits of combining the data collected by these systems, an increasing number of solutions have provided for integration in recent years.
In this white paper, Maxxess Systems explores historical approaches to security system integrations, as well as the benefits of situational awareness and response management systems available today.
- The strengths and weaknesses of stand-alone systems
- Solutions for integrated systems
- Awareness and response coordination system capabilities
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