Consoles & Racks Match New Tech

Zalud, Bill
June 2005
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jun2005, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p32
Trade Publication
This article presents information on integrated security systems. Security systems integration, which dictates a diversity of reporting devices and communications tools, can create visual and physical operator stress, not to mention a fight over console and rack real estate. Touchpads integrated into some consoles make operator response faster, easier and more accurate. Rack and console manufacturers are now adding more space and cabinets to hold manuals, binders and maintenance documents. Some technical furniture vendors offer in-house designers and end user software for arranging and rearranging the valuable but limited real estate. INSET: Let the Public View, Too.


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