Door entry protects your business from all kinds of security threats. Here we will tell you why they are important and why you should consider them. As you may be aware there are many forms of keyless entry systems which are widely available, but what exactly do they do?
Keyless entry allows permitted personnel to enter a building or room without the need of a traditional key. There are various types of keyless systems you can choose from such as swipe cards, proximity cards, electric fobs, pin codes and even some high-tech systems which use retina and fingerprint scanners.
What are the benefits of using them?
Lost or stolen keys - There's no doubt in denying that lost or stolen keys raise a serious security threat to your business. If someone finds them and knows what they are for then you are in quite a lot of danger. With a keyless entry system, this eliminates the risk. For example, if you lose your key card, then the lost card can be deactivated so that it can no longer be used, and you can be issued with a new one. It's as easy as that!
Know who is going in and out - This is key to controlling the security of important information and the safety of staff. With a keyless entry system, every time someone enters or leaves the building or room, you can view certain information about them. This is useful when keeping sensitive information in a controlled environment. In addition to this, if you have a member of staff who has left the company, you no longer have to change ALL of the locks. All you need to do is deactivate their keyless access. This will save a lot of time and money
Strangers - If you have a keyless entry system, then you instantly remove the risk of strangers being able to access your property without permission. This will ensure that your employees feel safe whilst in the workplace. Furthermore, keyless entry systems rapidly reduce the risk of theft and accidental damage, again saving you money.
Door entry systems are an ideal investment to protect your business and your employees. If you need more information on them then feel free to contact us on 01604 259467 or email us by clicking here.