Key management system

July 2003 IT infrastructure

With its computerised key storage cabinet, Morse Watchman's key control solution - KeyBank Safe - prevents lost or stolen keys. Featuring an innovative, space-saving, self-contained design, the standard model holds 456 keys and is expandable to accommodate 2000.

KeyBank Safe's pullout cabinet houses the colour-coded, tamper-proof Smart Keys. KeyBank Safe instantly records the access history of each key and user. It offers constant 24 hour-a-day access and control.

For more information visit www.morsewatchmans.com





Share this article:
Share via emailShare via LinkedInPrint this page



Further reading:

Open source software as a tool for growth
Issue 2 2020 , IT infrastructure
Open source technology forms a part of virtually all IT applications and devices on the planet, and even runs the internet.

Read more...
5G security is all-important for governments
Issue 2 2020 , IT infrastructure
The 5G revolution is about to flip us from a society that 'uses networks' to one that 'runs on networks'.

Read more...
Unlocking the potential of IoT
Issue 2 2020 , IT infrastructure
With the potential economic impact of IoT estimated to top $11 trillion annually by 2025, local companies must see IoT as a strategic priority.

Read more...
What about corporate data at home?
Issue 2 2020 , IT infrastructure
Companies that send employees home with proper safeguards face challenges, but those relying on uncontrolled employee-owned phones and computers to get work done 'are sitting ducks'.

Read more...
Small server solution for small, remote businesses
Issue 2 2020 , IT infrastructure
HPE powers small businesses and remote office locations with monthly subscription for secure, easy-to-use IT solutions.

Read more...
The risk of dark data
Issue 2 2020 , IT infrastructure
Cloud adoption rises as businesses aim to reduce data protection costs, but many miss this benefit as they use cloud as a dumping ground for ‘dark’ and redundant, obsolete and trivial (ROT) data.

Read more...
The risk of dark data
Issue 2 2020 , IT infrastructure
Cloud adoption rises as businesses aim to reduce data protection costs, but many miss this benefit as they use cloud as a dumping ground for ‘dark’ and redundant, obsolete and trivial (ROT) data.

Read more...
Video surveillance multicast networks made easy
Issue 1 2020, Duxbury Networking , IT infrastructure
Many businesses are struggling to realise the full potential of modern video surveillance technology due to limitations of the underlying network.

Read more...
Three data protection predictions for 2020
Issue 1 2020 , IT infrastructure
Byron Horn-Botha from Arcserve Southern Africa relates the company’s top three data predictions to be on the alert for in 2020.

Read more...
An open foundation for 2020
Issue 1 2020 , IT infrastructure
The migration to open hybrid cloud technologies will be the way to go as we head into the new decade.

Read more...