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How to pick the right burglar alarm system for your business?
No company can afford to leave its most valuable assets, such as inventory and customer data on office computers, unprotected. Burglar alarm systems are the only way to protect and secure a property from intruders. Therefore, getting the right system should be a priority for every business.
How to choose the right fire alarm system to better protect your business?
Protecting premises and people in the event of a fire should be every business' priority. Fire alarm systems protect businesses from potentially devastating fires and every second counts. A well-designed and installed system can alert you and the monitoring center in real-time and provides greater security and protection for your staff, property, and goods.
Celebrating 10 years of Sitasys: Thank you.
While Switzerland celebrated its anniversary on August 1st, 2022, Sitasys entered its birthday month. And this year, we're not just celebrating any birthday – it's the 10th anniversary of our company.
Efficient Alarm Management System: Fully Managed, Automated, Integrated
As a holistic system, modern alarm management systems answer the need for more modularity and efficiency to help you drive your business to a new level of operations excellence. Dive in to discover why you should consider a fully managed, automated, and integrated alarm management system for your business.
Security Management: 6 must-have features of a modern security system
The future of security management is connected. Management solutions experts keep on pushing across the Internet. But what makes a sound security management system? Keep reading.
Alarm (Mis)management: 5 steps towards real change in control rooms
Over recent years, service operation centers have moved from a low number of analog alarms to thousands of signals of potential issues to process. Multiple security systems like video, access control, IoT, or even AI have increased alarms' frequency and complexity in the control rooms.