Posted by Howard Sales on 8/25/2014
Homes today are strange. The way we build anything is pretty odd when you think about it because the actual building proponents of a house haven't changed much since the early 20th century. This poses an interesting question, “Why do we still make them the way they did 100 years ago?”
Posted by Howard Sales on 8/22/2014
Your small business is your livelihood. If anything happened to it, imagine the time, trouble and expense of replacing your tools or inventory. It’s better to act beforehand, thinking through all the possible security issues and protecting your business from harm.
Assa Abloy, the world's biggest lock maker, is expanding into more profitable high-tech ventures, including secure authentication. There is strong growth in the company's Global Technologies division, home to an array of products, ranging from apps that remotely open hotel doors to secure digital authentication. Johan Molin, chief executive of Assa Abloy sees the potential to eventually expand into biometric data, including fingerprint or retinal identification, when prices for companies are more attractive.
Posted by Howard Sales on 8/18/2014
Posted by Howard Sales on 8/12/2014
Among the features that enhance the performance of these locks is the fact that the user creates all the electricity needed simply by turning the dial. They have a small generator within them that is kicked into action each time the dial is turned.
The deadbolt lock has long been “the lynch-pin of physical security,” and remains so today. Deadbolts are strong mechanisms that resist both forcible entry and lock-picks, so they are usually near the top of any physical security expert’s list of the right tools for the job. To the average consumer a deadbolt is a deadbolt; the lock snicks into place and it’s locked, right?
Posted by Howard Sales on 8/2/2014