Assa Abloy: Seven Problems Your Access Control Software Could Fix Right Now
So often, our focus in security and access control zeroes in on the hardware, yet it is the access control software that knits a system together. Today, access control software provides end-users with much more comprehensive data on patterns in building occupancy. It integrates with other security systems, enabling security managers to respond in real time to emerging incidents.
Multi-seat management should be standard, including secure system administration from any timezone. Whatever your legacy system(s), access control software can integrate across several databases, making workflows easier and less error prone. Existing mechanical locks can be managed from the same interface as the electronic or electromechanical locks, while streamlining access rights management for staff, contractors and visitors can boost business efficiency.
For any system, you should be able to create individual schedules for key-holders, doors or audit trails. With Assa Abloy's Cliq Web Manager software, in a few clicks you can require users to re-validate keys regularly, making it safer to issue a contractor with time-limited access.