Majority of Schools Not Using Access Control

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By Pamela Singleton, Director of Communications
Posted October 14, 2008

T.H.E Journal’s article “Where Does Access Control Fit in the K-12 Security Mix?” refers to the findings of a recent study that discovered the majority of K-12 schools do not use electronic access control.

I may be naive, but this floored me. Managed access control delivers a cost effective means to accomplish many, many things surrounding security and facility management. It seems a common sense choice.