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4 key shifts in workplace security to expect in the new normal

A lot has changed over the last year. To keep companies safe and prevent costly damage and threats to business continuity, security teams need to understand how the workplace will be different post-pandemic.

How to tell if your hybrid security strategy is working

Need help improving your security for hybrid work? Learn to assess how your company’s programs are performing so you can adapt and reduce risks.

What is a “connected workplace”? (And why it matters)

Learn what a “connected workplace” is, why it matters, and some integrations that can help you achieve connection.

How to upgrade your visitor safety policy for 2021

Workplace safety has new meaning after a year like 2020. Not only for employees, but for visitors as well. Now is the time to upgrade your visitor safety policy for 2021.

It is time to invest in employee and visitor care systems, not control

Why invest in employee and visitor systems that are built for “care?” Industry expert Lee Odess suggests that the underlying reasons include trust, happiness and return on investment.

Keep up with the latest workplace insights

Throughout the year, we’ll be revisiting the data and continuing conversations with workplace leaders through interviews, events, and webinars.

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Access control and visitor management – more than just security

Access control industry expert Lee Odess explains why access control and visitor management systems cannot remain isolated utilities. In the end, access control and visitor management systems will become features of a much broader digital building operating system.

7 tips to create a safe visitor experience—before they even walk through the door

Crafting a safe visitor experience starts before your guest arrives. Here are 7 tips to create a safe visitor experience, before they even walk through your door.

Building an office fit for employees, not just for buyers

The best way to adopt workplace technology that employees will actually use is to focus on tools that resonate with how they work.