A security company that specializes in IP-based physical security and video management systems has introduced a new appliance that lets users bring those kinds of systems from multiple vendors together virtually under a single centrally-controlled network.
A small community college in Michigan has decided to outsource much of its campus security and in doing so expects to save about $300,000 in the 2012-2013 budget.
Storage management company Paragon Software Group has released a free backup and recovery tool for current releases of Windows Server 2012.
A company that develops a network access control appliance has updated its offerings to include a device identity appliance for bring-your-own-device environments as well as an end-user self-service portal for guest provisioning.
Oklahoma State University has selected a new messaging system in an effort to improve communication with students and staff.
Two-factor authentication devices enable users to securely access network resources when working from multiple devices or shared machines.
Students at Siena Heights University, a private Roman Catholic university, can send anonymous tips to the campus safety dispatch office, thanks to a new tool recently deployed at the Adrian, MI campus.
Quincy University has begun offering students at its Illinois campus an option to subscribe to a security service that will listen in on their interactions and track their location in case help is needed.
Auraria Higher Education Center will be issuing new "contactless" smart cards to students and staff.
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