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Automation is pervasive across our modern world and building lobbies are the latest place affected by the changes. The friendly receptionist or security guard is being replaced by kiosks, and it is big business, with sales expected to exceed $1.3 billion by 2025. These systems are officially called visitor management systems and allow businesses to […]

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Relying on end users for security is difficult, but securing enterprise systems doesn’t have to be. For a system to be valuable, it must be accessible and beneficial to end users. Organizations have improved security awareness training for employees, but the training has limited value until the underlying systems are secured. Securing a system removes […]

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Long gone are the days of the physical perimeter, where a company’s IT infrastructure was entirely on-site. Today’s increasingly decentralized enterprises depend on a workforce that operates both at home and on mobile devices, working together with the help of cloud-based services. Yet the death of the traditional perimeter does not mean the end of […]

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