By: Bienson Jones
As a retail store owner or operator, you understand the importance of having security cameras. Those cameras are how you deter theft from patrons or staff as well as identify incidents and aid police when necessary. Your store’s camera system is the backbone for loss prevention but what if it could be so much more.
Today, school administrators are concerned about mobile learning initiatives, network capacity demands and security breaches. New initiatives such as Common Core online assessments and one-to-one learning programs require a robust network. Students are using devices like Chromebooks for everyday class work, and teachers are relying on the network for lesson plans and testing. As the need for a reliable network becomes more vital for the students and staff, the health and safety of the network become more critical. The demand for a more secure network is even more apparent with the recent headlines. Hackers are targeting schools to acquire student and staffs information which is increasing the concern of security breaches for many school administrators. Luckily, there are network solutions available to alleviate the concerns of security breaches while meeting the network capacity and mobile learning demands. Solutions such as the latest product offering from SonicWALL-Next Generation Firewall (NGFW).
Despite the efforts and good intentions of many stakeholders, the healthcare system in the United States continues to struggle with rising costs and an imbalance of quality and access to care. In fact, approximately 90% of today’s healthcare market is a comprised of a model, which treats patients through a disparate network of providers on a fee-for-service basis. Why should you care and what does this mean?
By: Stephanie Valleroy
At its core, physical security is the protection of personnel, hardware, software, networks and data from physical actions that could cause serious loss or damage.
owned by Focused Senior Communities, is redefining the delivery of skilled-nursing in our community. The radically new, untraditional skilled-nursing facility is designed to resemble single-family homes in a traditional residential neighborhood. The cul-de-sac neighborhood will consist of six homes featuring an open kitchen, central dining rooms, cozy family rooms with fireplace, den, spa and ten private rooms with en-suite full baths. Another home-like touch is the large landscaped patios with lush gardens and walking paths around the 5.2-acre community.