Access control systems can be difficult to setup. Between managing lock hardware installation, cabling, termination, controller provisioning, user setup, and testing, there’s a lot of room for things to be forgotten. If not executed well, these things can potentially keep your employees stranded outside.
Nothing says frustrating like hassling with a legacy server in hopes it stays running, all in the name of simply trying to keep track of who enters and exits your building. Moreover, hoping the dusty Windows XP laptop running the client software boots, so you can add or remove access.
Access control has come a long way since the days of locks, master keys, and sub-master keys. You used to distribute keys to people based on what kind of access they needed. For example, you might give some people keys that will open the front door, a storage room, or certain offices, but won’t open […]
About 4 years ago we moved to new offices here at Telcion. We love this space. It’s bigger, has that brick building retro feel with modern design, and is located in beautiful downtown Turlock. When we moved in, a physical door access control system was already in place.
We are often asked why Telcion is so focused on Cisco as our primary market partner. This is a great question, and there are many reasons that have led us to this conclusion. Main Reasons Cross-Platform Integration of Products All of Cisco’s products are designed to integrate with each other.