Deep learning algorithms mean today’s surveillance cameras have highly accurate detection capabilities and only humans or vehicles intruding into the designated zone will trigger an alarm, says Nashua.
Based on the requirements of the ISO 14001 standard, companies need to implement projects and initiatives around sustainability.
There are several types of alternative energy solutions that businesses can consider for their backup energy requirements.
One trend that has emerged from the lockdown is a resurgence in demand for home office print and scan solutions.
Keeping track of billable items can be a nightmare when your workforce is remote, says Nashua.
Remote monitoring and management of IT systems holds advantages for the business and the user alike, says Nashua.
We are running a quick survey to find out what business users look for in a fixed LTE solution.
Standard low-touch measures companies can deploy include online signatures for the remote approval of documents and using facial recognition instead of fingerprint access.
COVID-19 has changed the way schools will operate, and the education sector must adapt and adopt proposed measures to defend all parties against infection.
Solutions providers need to be flexible in how they package solutions to meet the needs of the new remote workforce, says Barry Venter, MD of Nashua.
Many businesses are turning to thermal screening solutions that can carry out preliminary screening to identify elevated skin temperatures, says Barry Venter, MD of Nashua.
Once you've secured good quality connectivity, you require added services, such as asset monitoring and management as a service, says Mark Taylor, CEO of Nashua.