Improving Security in the Enterprise Command and Control Centers

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Executive Summary

Most enterprises have video surveillance, access control and building management systems. These systems are not integrated together and work independently with no communication with other systems in the ecosystem. The inability to integrate these disparate systems on multi-vendor platforms has created a need for solutions that enable communication and collaboration between these systems. This collaboration and communication between systems alleviates challenges and provides enterprises with complete situation management capabilities. These systems have the capability to address end user challenges without the need to lock in enterprises and upgrades require lower CAPital EXpenditures (CAPEX). A Command and Control Center is traditionally a secure room or building in a government, military or correctional facility that operates as the central monitoring and dispatch station for the facility.

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