STANLEY Security announces ‘Next Generation Security’ webinar

by | Dec 18, 2020 | Community, News | 0 comments

STANLEY Security is hosting a free-to-attend Next Generation Security webinar on Thursday 11 February 2021 looking at how to create a secure, safe, healthy and efficient business environment in the post-pandemic era.

The Next Generation Security webinar will cover a range of issues including how to get your premises technology ready; how to increase safety with touchless access control; and the benefits of integrating security systems. A key area of focus will be remote security, looking at how organisations can save costs by monitoring site security remotely and save time by managing staff members remotely.

Chris Coughlin, STANLEY Security technical product manager and one of the speakers featuring in the webinar, comments: “This isn’t going to be a sales pitch; we want to take our customers on a journey through the solutions that are now available and how they can help them. I will be there to explain how much money a customer can save through using these solutions.  I’m bringing the experience of not only how the technology works but how it operates on a day-to-day basis.”

When it comes to remote security provisions, Ashley Hickling, national SaaS sales manager for STANLEY Security, said: “We will be discussing the different aspects of remote guarding, whether that is replacing a traditional manned gatehouse with a fully operable electronic alternative or fully utilising surveillance systems in order to provide a complete monitored solution for client sites.”

Working examples of businesses already benefiting from these new solutions will be provided during the webinar for guests to understand how new technology can be realised in a real-world environment.

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