Stipulated by management and stakeholders, preserving traditional ambience suffusing the club — members feeling as if they were at home — and not impacting service marked the overarching expectations that influenced objectives for security and operations, as well as ensuing design of the integrated security system.
Classifying space within the club according to its intended function(s) and users, including common (all members), limited, (only select members), and staff, further shaped appropriate security objectives and guided effective placement, as well as selection, of security hardware.
Our key Operational Objective here was to integrate the access control and point of sales (POS) systems, enabling members to use their access cards for purchases at shops and restaurants, creating a “cashless environment."Ed O’Reilly, Executive Director
Senior management embraced that security has emerged a decisive factor for companies selecting a provider to entrust with their proprietary and critical information and telecommunications (ICT) functions.
Partitioning the data center into office, infrastructure, and server zones guided effective placement, as well as selection, of security hardware and development of role-based access control (RBAC) protocols.
When investing in a home, high net worth are influenced by feeling safe. Appropriate security safeguards their families and their property without diminishing the atmosphere of their home. The client acknowledged that offering appropriate security distinguishes luxury developers striving to attract and retain preferred high net worth residents.
Demarcating apartments and adjoining common areas shaped appropriate security objectives and guided effective placement, as well as selection, of security hardware.
Concurrent with fitting out its new global headquarters, senior management pledged to put into action a security program, underpinned by an integrated security system, equivalent, if not superior, to renowned global investment banks and financial services firms.
Classifying space within the office according to its intended users and function(s) and the information and infrastructure housed within, along with compliance considerations, guided effective placement, as well as selection, of security hardware.