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The Future of Security

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Future of Security

Technology has evolved at an extremely significant rate, especially over the last 10 years. Think about it, the history of the Internet only dates back to 1983 when researchers began assembling “networks of networks”. The modern Internet was developed by Tim Berners-Lee and took a recognizable form around 1990. Then, think about the next big piece of technology: smartphones. It was not long ago that the only way of communicating with others over the phone had to be done through a payphone. According to The History of the Smartphone via TNW News, “from 2009 to today, in fact, there have been over 100 notable cases covering everything from multitouch gestures to 3G technologies”. The Internet and smartphones represent two common examples of the rapid growth of technology, along with the fact that manufacturing operations technology and enterprise information technology systems are converging together.

None of us know exactly where the future will take us. But we do know a common theme that exists among all companies in the business world today: common network infrastructure. Whether it be within a plant or across an organization’s global enterprise, the Ethernet and Internet Protocol allow for simple data flow. Do you understand how IT networking relates to security? Learn 4 ways here:


With internal data systems, companies are able to save a great deal of time and energy. Before technology, most information was recorded through pen and paper. Now, notes are stored in computers. Employee data can be updated with the click of a button within the system. Technology has eased the effort involved with many internal processes companies go through on a daily basis.


With this ease of technology, communication efficiency has advanced. With cell phones, email, or even intercom systems, the communication capabilities available through technology are endless. Phone system integration technologies can be used to forward calls and allow mobile integration.


With video surveillance systems in place, crime rates and theft within companies have decreased. IP video allows for continuous human monitoring, allowing supervisors to determine the efficiency of plant workers and production processes. Video chat allows for communication from any location, allowing business meetings to take place from any location in the world. When IP video is intertwined with certain software systems, suspicious activities within the building can be reported to security at that instant second time. With access control systems available, creating secure areas of the building, where only specific employees can obtain access through an ID card, security control has increased.


Through access control systems and wireless security, businesses no longer need on-site IT support. Issues can be resolved from hundreds of miles away, all remotely. “Wireless” is a vague term in security technology that pertains to a number of items. In reality, companies that are not yet using new security technologies, are probably experiencing the same problems over and over again.

Companies looking to migrate their current networks to more advanced access control, wireless, and video surveillance technologies will most likely solve issues and increase business efficiencies.

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