Aiphone Solutions are Saving Enterprise Organizations Time and Money

Dana Pruiett |

Aiphone Solutions are Saving Enterprise Organizations Time and Money

Dana Pruiett |

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Top 4 Questions to Ask Your Intercom Customers
Paul Hefty — Technical Sales & Support Engineer |
When a customer asks for an intercom solution, there are a few key questions to start with to ensure the product meets their needs.   Do you need an audio-only or video intercom? If your customer just needs to communicate between offices, make building-wide announcements, and unlock doors remotely, then an audio-only unit may suffice.
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Securing School Entrances – Keeping it Simple…and Safe
Paul Hefty — Technical Sales & Support Engineer |
Part of a K-12 administrator’s job is balancing the need to protect students while welcoming parents, volunteers, vendors, and others. First responders and security professionals agree locking all doors once classes begin is a great way to keep people out.   Access control systems with key cards or PINs are convenient ways to allow faculty
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Welcome to the New Aiphone Website
Dana Pruiett — Marketing Manager |
We hope you noticed the new Aiphone website. We spent months redesigning it from the ground up. The first thing you’ll notice are the cosmetic changes, such as a more vibrant color scheme.  But spend a few minutes on the site and you’ll see how much easier it is to find and share information about
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Keep Your Security Closed to Hackers
Bruce Czerwinski — U.S. General Sales Manager |
Hackers will target just about any Internet of Things (IoT) device to gain access to your Wi-Fi password. With that, they may retrieve sensitive personal information stored on computers, listen to private conversations through your baby monitor, or look into your house via your home security cameras.   Many video doorbells found at DIY stores
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They’re Not Components, They’re Part of an Integrated System
Paul Hefty — Technical Sales & Support Engineer |
Think about the products that make up a typical security system. Video intercoms, access control, surveillance cameras, intrusion, and any number of related components will quickly come to mind. But if you view each as a separate, standalone system, you risk duplications, cost overruns, and results that won’t meet an end user’s security needs.  
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