Protecting Prized Possessions

Cobb, Michael
October 2004
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Oct2004, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p52
Trade Publication
This article presents information on developments in security systems in colleges. Allowing easy access to extensive campus facilities while protecting both people and the university's many physical assets required a robust, integrated, intelligent security system. The system had to be complex enough to provide varying levels of security where needed, yet easy to use. Several thefts within the School of Arts and Science, and the School of Business spurred the authorities to take the initial first step of installing a large security video system on campus.


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