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The word security takes on many different definitions depending on the lens in which it is perceived. To an infant, security is the caring arms of a mother or father. A homeowner sees it as protection of their property. There's financial security and security in one's self. Perhaps the multitude of definitions can help explain why a simple Google search of the word security results in more than 1.8 billion results.
Security doesn’t just end at the door. It extends throughout the entire enterprise, including the organization’s print devices, whether multi- or single-function.
Founded in 1925, a private educational institution on the North America east coast offers low-cost, part-time evening studies in law and business for working adults. The school has expanded to include a College of Public Affairs and College of Arts and Sciences. The majority of its 6,500 students and 900 faculty and staff commute to campus on a daily basis.
No matter what industry, there will always be an unending appetite for new products, services and experiences that add real value. To supply that demand, corporations have ramped up the speed and accelerated the creation and delivery of innovative new products.
Improving infection control and ensuring patient confidentiality. A not-for-profit health system serving portions of Philadelphia and its western suburbs, Main Line Health offers acute and non-acute care through seven health care facilities, a multi-specialty physician network, and the Lankenau Institute for Medical Research.
From the recent Ebola scare to the current measles epidemic, the emphasis on disease control and preventing the spread of infection has never been more critical. But sometimes it’s the littlest things that can make the biggest difference.
Most mid- to large-size organizations today in nearly all industries leverage employee ID badges to authorize automated access to the premises. However, physical access to a building is just one way employee badges can be used to address challenges faced by these organizations.