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100% On-Demand Cloud Security Camera System

The Eagle Eye Cloud Security Camera VMS provides 100% cloud management, 100% mobile and web browser viewing, and if you want – 100% cloud recording. Architected from the ground up to be all cloud all the time. You can click and add a camera at any time. You can click and change how long you keep your recordings. Its ready to go when you are. Pay only for what you need. It eliminates all the headaches of traditional systems. No software to buy and install, no license keys, and no OS to maintain.

Cloud storage, on-premise storage, or any mix

Eagle Eye Cloud-Premise Flex Storage™ gives you flexibility. Cloud storage is great for most video, but sometimes you need on-premise storage as well. The cloud security camera VMS lets you select what video is stored on-premise and what video is stored in the cloud. Choose by camera, by time, by resolution. Record to both locations for reliability and redundancy. Optimize your bandwidth. The interface stays the same regardless of where your video is stored.

100% Web Interface

Use your favorite web browser on your favorite computer. You get the same powerful and complete web interface regardless. No plugins to install. No software to install. Use your existing web browser from anywhere in the world to view your live or historic video. Reduce the hassles and make your video more accessible to more people in more places. Goodbye software. Works on Mac, PC, Chromebook, iPad, and Android.

Mobile done right

Access and control from your phone. The Eagle Eye Cloud Security Camera VMS comes with free mobile applications that implement full functions. View live video, navigate and search historic video, turn cameras on and off, adjust camera settings, or email videos.

Max Camera Flexibility

You pick the cameras you want. Digital or analog. We make it work. Works with a broad selection of ONVIF IP cameras. Works with nearly all analog cameras. You have the flexibility to choose the cameras that work for you. Or use the cameras that are already installed.

Interactive Security Camera Mapping

View or record video directly from a physical layout. Robust geographic maps allow the user to create custom floor plans, drag and drop cameras to specify camera location and orientation, and much more.

First Responder Real-Time Video Access

Cameras are Private until Activated. The Eagle Eye Security Camera VMS lets you pre-designate first responders who are able receive immediate real-time security camera access during emergency situations. You can even assign them permission for specific groups of cameras. The cameras are kept private, and only shared when an authorized user activates first responder access.

To learn more or schedule a demonstration call 1 (888) 688-9771 or CLICK HERE and a Paragon representative will be happy to help.

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Newtown Welcomes New Sandy Hook Elementary School

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Newtown, Connecticut opens new Sandy Hook Elementary School four years after a mass shooting in the town shook the country. The design of the new school was created with input from security experts, community members, first responders, teachers and parents. Architects from Svigals + Partners and the Consigli Construction Company completed the building in 2015.

The 86,000 square-foot building, bears no resemblance to the old building where the tragedy took place.

The new $50 million school includes innovative security features, such as state-of-the-art video monitoring. All classroom doors are 350 pound stainless steel, painted to look like wood, and automatically lock from the outside. All windows are bulletproof. And there is also a buzzer system installed in the front entrance that requires visitors to pass through two sets of doors.

The grounds have been landscaped to ensure anyone approaching the school is visible to those inside and can enter via one of three pedestrian bridges that cross the landscaping. As well as three courtyards, study spaces designed to look like treehouses and a moat-like raingarden.

“The space is beautiful. The children are very excited for their new school,” Sandy Hook Principal Kathy Gombos told the Los Angeles Times. “The adult reactions are a little bit less because they have a sense of why we are here. You can’t stand in this space without thinking about the 26 people who lost their lives.”

When it comes to education, it is essential for students to have a safe but welcoming environment, in which to grow. Schools have long struggled with finding the right balance in creating this learning environment. The challenge is in maintaining the flow of day-to-day academic activities while still protecting students against unauthorized entry and access to the facilities. The tragedy at Sandy Hook elementary school served as a sobering reminder of the importance of safeguarding our schools against such dangers.

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Safeguarding Our Schools, Children And Teachers

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When it comes to education, it is essential for students to have a safe but welcoming environment, in which to grow. Schools have long struggled with finding the right balance in creating this learning environment. The challenge is in maintaining the flow of day-to-day academic activities while still protecting students against unauthorized entry and access to the facilities. The tragedy at Sandy Hook elementary school served as a sobering reminder of the importance of safeguarding our schools against such dangers.

Controlling Access With Innovative Security Methods

Retrofitting the outdated architecture of our decades old schools has been difficult. Many lack the type of cabling and electrical infrastructure needed to establish a proper advanced security system. With windows in every classroom constantly opening and closing and numerous points of entry and exit, schools throughout the country have initiated an integrated layered approach to access control and electronic security methods.

This approach gives schools the ability to monitor access at multiple levels, allowing students to move freely but providing enough checks that intruders are slowed and blocked at multiple points. In many cases, accomplishing this depends on the ability to use a combination of access control technologies, advanced electronic lock systems and cameras throughout a building. These types of solutions provide security personnel with the ability to identify where intruders are, lock doors strategically to slow their access and provide the oversight needed to give students and faculty members a clear path to exits.

CCTV Security At New Hanover

New Hanover County schools have chosen to implement the use of high-tech integrated security systems when allowing visitors to enter the property. Video intercom systems are linked to their security cameras and which allow the office to monitor access to the buildings through CCTV. Visitors are forced to stop at the entrance and have their identity verified before entering. This enables them the school to allow or deny them access, until the visitor is authorized.

Camden School District Invests $1.4 million

The Camden City School District stepped up and invested $1.4 million in high-resolution digital security cameras and security doors at Camden and Woodrow Wilson high schools. Students and faculty will be much safer thanks to new system that requires the use of ID swipe cards to open the doors.

The plan aims to keep out intruders and unauthorized visitors while keeping students and staff safe so they can focus on academics rather than worrying about danger. Each high school has gone from having more than 80 entry points and doors open, down to fewer than 10. Surveillance cameras now monitor each entry point and alarms are set to sound if an unauthorized door is opened.

North Bend Takes Security To Next Level

The North Bend Central School District has taken school security to a new level with the use of one of the most advanced integrated security systems available.  To help protect their students and faculty, as well as decrease incidents of vandalism, they have started using high-tech surveillance system with security cameras and video surveillance.

This innovative access control system only allows the appropriate personnel and students admittance to all buildings. Instead of having to rely on someone to be available with a key, the doors are programmed to automatically lock and unlock based on the school schedule. The times can be changed as often as desired to accommodate evening meetings or times outside of the normal school hours.

The employees use card readers to let themselves in and out of the building. If their employment status changes, their readers can be remotely deactivated. There are discreet dome network cameras inside of the school and fixed network cameras to provide security footage of the outside perimeter of the building.

Commitment To Creating A Better Living And Learning Environment

Children deserve to be safe at home AND at school. Our Goal is to improve our business and increase our efficiency and profitability while keeping our commitment to help in the creation of a better living and learning environment in our world. Feel free to reach out for a Free no-obligation consultation with one a Paragon security expert to discuss safe-guarding your residential home or commercial building.

 


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The Impact of Electronic Access

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Electronic, programmable locks can offer superior protection without forcing users to sacrifice convenience. As a result, many people benefit substantially from electronic locks because such systems make it easier for them to protect their assets without creating the risk of security shortcuts being taken. This technology is applicable in a wide range of settings as well, not just in large apartment buildings or businesses.

Secure College Campuses
Having students memorize codes for doors or carry a bunch of keys can work in some small colleges or universities, but these solutions can create major problems when students tell all of their friends, including those who do not attend the academic institution, the codes to their door. For example, a man from one college may tell his girlfriend from a nearby campus the code for the dorm so she can get into the facility easily at any time. This may work well while they are together, but what if there is a nasty breakup and the girlfriend decides to get revenge? This could lead to a major security problem.

Electronic locks allow students to carry around a single keycard or fob to get into any door on campus that they are authorized to enter, alleviating security concerns while adding a key layer of simplicity and safety.

Secure Home Living 
For many homeowners, the process of leaving the house and standing outside the door locking the dead-bolt can be really annoying. Especially as temperatures drop in winter or inclement weather leaves rain, snow or sleet pounding down on an uncovered entry area. An electronic lock can integrate with mobile devices, allowing users to lock the dead bolt without having to stand by the door to do so. This eliminates the common shortcut of skipping the dead-bolt and hoping nobody tries to break in.

Furthermore, an electronic lock system can pay off in homes with outbuildings, such as sheds, detached garages and exercise areas. Having a single electronic lock system for the entire property can make it easier to move around without having to carry around a bunch of keys.

For many people, electronic locks may seem too complex to be workable in their situation. However, increasingly accessible mobile device and programmable lock solutions are making the technology a viable option in a wide range of settings. As a result, many people can find electronic lock solutions that fit their needs and their budget.

Commitment To Creating A Better Living And Learning Environment

Children deserve to be safe at home AND at school. Our Goal is to improve our business and increase our efficiency and profitability while keeping our commitment to help in the creation of a better living and learning environment in our world. Call 1 (888) 688-9771 to request a Free no-obligation consultation with a security expert to discuss safe-guarding your residential home or commercial building.


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Revamping college access control systems

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Updating an access control system at a major university is no easy task. For this reason, many administrators wonder if transitioning away from magnetic stripe-based cards and solutions is worth the effort, especially since their existing method has worked for a number of years.

Valdosta State University in Georgia, for example, has used the same magnetic stripe access control system since the 1990s and has not updated because the multi-functional ID cards are used for a variety of purposes, according to a report by CR80 News.

“Obviously it’s an ID but it’s also used in the library, door access, bookstores, ball game admission. You can purchase anything on campus from meals to books,” said Craig Williams, key control and security systems supervisor at the Valdosta, according to CR80 News. “Why do we need to upgrade? A lot people don’t take that into consideration.”

The benefits of advanced access control systems
Reconfiguring an entire university’s access control system requires a lot of planning and time, as a number of buildings will need to replace equipment and readers to remain accessible to faculty, staff and students. Making the transition, however, may make the campus more convenient for users.

By using contactless solutions, individuals can easily gain entry to locked facilities without having to physically swipe a card. In many cases, educational facilities have integrated near-field communications (NFC) technologies into smartphones, tablets and other next-generation gadgets for even more convenience. Since people carry their mobile device virtually everywhere, people will be less likely to lose a key to their dorm room or other locked building.

A separate report by American School & University also highlighted the growing demand for NFC-based gadgets to be used for access control systems, as the emerging technology promises to enhance both physical security and convenience for the community using it.

Since NFC is an emerging technology, however, there are still a ways to go before it is deployed on a national scale. While there have been successful pilot programs, full-scale adoption is still a long way off.

Nevertheless, education and security administrators should consider upgrading their legacy access control system, as old solutions may be more easily compromised by skilled hackers. While the implementation may be a challenge, doing so will inevitably enhance physical security.


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New security devices in Nebraska schools

According to a recent article in Thejournal.com, the North Bend Central School District has started using a high-tech surveillance system with security cameras and video surveillance to help protect the school children and decrease incidents of vandalism.

The school buildings are a part of one of the most advanced integrated security systems available. Access control systems allow the appropriate personnel and students admittance to all buildings. Instead of having to rely on someone to be available with a key, the doors are programmed to automatically lock and unlock based on the school schedule. The times can be changed as often as desired to accommodate evening meetings or times outside of the normal school hours.

The employees will use card readers to let themselves in and out of the building. If their employment status changes, their readers can be remotely deactivated. There are discreet dome network cameras inside of the school and fixed network cameras to provide security footage of the outside perimeter of the building.

Take the steps to ensure that your family and properties are safe. Paragon Security NYC provides advanced access control security solutions for both residential and commercial establishments.

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Upgrading Security in Camden High Schools

The Camden City School District has unveiled $1.4 million high-tech security systems at Camden and Woodrow Wilson high schools just in time for the new school year.

Students will be much safer thanks to new, high-resolution digital security cameras and security doors that require ID swipe cards to open, philly.com recently reported.

The technology, paid for with state and federal funding, is welcomed by students. About half of them reported feeling unsafe in recent surveys. The district reported 163 cases of violence, including 18 with weapons, during the 2012-13 academic year.

Each high school had more than 80 entry points and doors were often open. Each school will now allow access to fewer than 10 areas. An alarm system will sound if unauthorized doors are open and surveillance cameras will be monitored.

The plan aims to keep out intruders and unauthorized visitors while keeping students and staff safe so they can focus on academics rather than worrying about danger.

This kind of security monitoring is important not only in schools, but in other areas of the community as well. Call Paragon Security NYC for integrated security systems that provide access control for your home or business.

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Integrated Security Systems in Schools

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The security of children has become an increasingly important issue. That’s why even school districts have begun to opt for high-tech integrated security systems when allowing visitors to enter the property.

A story recently appeared on IslandGazette.net pertaining to the installation of such systems in New Hanover County schools. Video intercom systems have been linked to security cameras, which allows someone monitoring CCTV to monitor access control to the buildings.

This is especially important for areas where the youngest of children, such as those in kindergarten, reside.

These systems allow for visitors to be stopped at the entrance. Cameras can then monitor them as someone monitoring the camera verifies the individual’s identity. They can then allow or deny them access, which disables visitors from accessing the school until they are authorized.

The idea behind this implementation is that it will increase the security to children and staff members.

Savvy businesses and homeowners interested in this same cutting-edge technology are making use of these systems to keep their persons and their property safe from unwanted intruders.

Paragon Security NYC is one of the leading providers of advanced security solutions such as integrated security systems for both residential and commercial establishments.

Contact Paragon Security NYC today for more information on how these systems can protect you.


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Upgrading Classroom Security

Safe School Week will be observed across the nation from October 19th to the 25th. This is the right time for schools to focus on what security procedures are most effective. Physical security needs to be a priority, as just controlling bullies is not enough.

According to a story published on www.securityinfowatch.com, there needs to be an emphasis on classroom doors being properly secured, and California is now requiring schools to do that by establishing a baseline classroom security protocol. This requires that any room holding five people and over be equipped with security locks.

These locks come in electrical and mechanical forms, and are ideal for school lockdowns plus preventing hallway clashes from entering a classroom. Keys are used to lock a cylinder within the door, thus preventing entry from the outside. Classroom occupants can exit the room immediately by turning a lever. This prevents students or anyone not authorized from locking a door.

Schools have sometimes used security measures that have turned out to be ineffective or counterproductive. Problems are most likely to happen within the school, instead of from an intruder.

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Security Cameras in Alabama Schools

Recently, the Mobile County School System in Alabama has decided to expand the security in their elementary schools. This will not be done by police officers or security officers but rather by security cameras. According to a story recently published in www.wkrg.com, Mobile County middle and high schools have had security cameras since early 2000. The decision was made so that the students and teachers may feel a little safer and have more accountability.

Of course the surveillance cameras would not be installed in classrooms or restrooms but rather in the halls and outside to monitor things like possible fights or accidents in the parking lots. The electric company that installed the system will be monitoring the feed via CCTV 24/7.

Paragon Security NYC offers several security camera options and other security solutions for both commercial and residential establishments. For your peace of mind, contact them today.

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Access Control Systems at CSU

To strengthen security and safety at both the main campus and River Park campus, Columbus State University contracted with an outside security consultant to evaluate campus security operations. According to a story published in http://www.wtvm.com, several recommendations came from the security consultant and are leading to significant upgrades to the university’s integrated security systems. The upgrades should wrap up this summer.

CSU Police can now more efficiently monitor happenings on campus via access control systems and security cameras. Upgrades to the access control in buildings allows CSU Police to monitor and limit those who enter campus buildings and also remotely lock buildings if needed. Enhancements to the security camera system include real time video of campus activity, five megapixel cameras which can significantly zoom in to campus activity, stationary cameras, and also a portable high-definition camera which operates from Wi-Fi.

Security and safety on campuses, as well as in residential and commercial establishments, will always be a top concern for many. Paragon Security NYC offers a wide array of access control systems and devices to help keep NYC area establishments safe and secure.

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Additional security options to keep your home safer than ever

Home security systems aren't just limited to alarms on doors or windows anymore. Recent technological developments when it comes to security can include sensors, cameras and more to help keep your home safer than ever.

Multiple kinds of sensors can be added to a security system whether they come with installation or placed later. For example, voice control sensors can replace numerical keypads on your alarm system's central control hub, which means not only will you have the security of knowing intruders won't be able to trick its systems as easily, but you can switch that pesky numerical password you have to key in every time with an easy-to-remember spoken password.

Motion sensors can be installed as well, making sure that even if a thief were to successfully make it inside your house without tripping the system, it would notice the motion and alert authorities. Worried about your pets setting it off unnecessarily? Don't fret, as the system can be configured to only track certain parts of a house, and motion tracking often comes as an optional feature.

Houses with lots of glass windows and doors, even if an alarm system is put into place, can be broken into if a criminal were to break the glass to enter. Luckily, it's possible to add sensors that can go off when they sense a window or door has been broken, an additional layer of security for your home.

If you want to have an extra eye on your house to be safe and secure, installing cameras with Internet links can keep your family and possessions safe. You can gain access to the video feed if alerted, by connecting to a computer and even a smartphone, to see whether that open door was caused by your children coming home from school or an unwelcome visitor.

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