Access Control refers to managing who can use and gain entrance into a particular space.
There are different types of Access Controls businesses use. There are two basic access control types: physical and logical. We mainly deal with physical access controls. Physical access control manages access to an individual building, college campus, server rooms, and other physical spaces. The simplest example of physical access control is a badge and card reader.
Some examples of access control tools and features are multi-site management, swipe to disarm, expiring access, access history reports, reader-based anti-passback support, and bulk user management.
Simplified access management: Business operators can add or remove authorized users and cards using an app or website. Our clients can bulk-add large batches of users at once or set an automatic deactivation date for a group that will no longer require access.
Mobile lock control: Control locks from a mobile device. It’s easy to lock up, unlock, or temporarily buzz someone in from anywhere.
Automation rules, schedules, and alerts: It’s simple to create a rule that automatically disarms the alarm when the first employee badges in for the day or arms the system with a quick double tap on their way out the door at night. And if someone badges in on the wrong day or time, you’ll get an unexpected activity alert to let you know.