Anything You Can Do, IP Can Do Better

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What’s the deal with IP-Enabled Access Control If you’re new to all of this access control business, getting a feel for the state of the art can be a little daunting. IP-Enabled Access Control — or access control that makes use of the internet is to a basic card reader what the iPhone X is...
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Keys In the Cloud

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AN ACAAS PRIMER Cloud technology has a wonderful way of making tasks easier across countless industries. So, now that Access Control as a Service (ACaaS has started to gain steam, IHS’ projection that it will play a role in 1.8 million facilities by 2018 doesn’t seem all that surprising. Below, we’ll take you through why...
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The Major Trends in Key Card Access to Be Aware of in 2018 and Beyond  

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One of the best ways to make sure that your important environments stay protected is to make sure that you’re up-to-date on all of the latest trends that are making waves across the key card access industry. There are a number of new advancements that already have people talking that you’re absolutely going to want...
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Dues Collection for the Club and Card Lock™ – Key Card Entry Systems

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One of the biggest challenges for private clubs, gyms, health spas and similar types of organizations around the country is always entrance control. Businesses always want to make sure that they’re providing fast and easy access to their loyal, paying members at all times. However, they also want to make sure that they’re using some…

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Made in the USA is the Real Thing at Card Lock™ Company

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When you see the term “Made in the USA” on a Card Lock™ Company product, we want you to have the confidence that comes with knowing exactly what that term means. It doesn’t mean that we designed a product here and shipped it overseas for mass production. It doesn’t mean that the architecture has its...
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Electric Strikes

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Electric strikes are a product of a growing access control industry. They are traditionally used in conjunction with various access control devices to provide limited access, traffic control, and the convenience of remote operation. Electric strikes can be used with many latch bolt locksets by replacing the typical lock strike faceplate with an electromechanical strike assembly….

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How Magnetic Locks and Card Access Control Really Works

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One of the most important advancements in access control systems has undoubtedly been the adoption of magnetic locks across a wide range of different businesses. Simply put, card access control replaces traditional keys and instead uses a key card and magnetic locking system to allow individuals to gain access into a building. By understanding exactly...
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