Paxton’s Net2 secures medicinal cannabis facility Issue 8 2023, Paxton, Access Control & Identity Management, Videos Paxton’s Net2 access control has been installed at Highlands Grow, a fully licensed industrial-scale cultivator, producing cannabis for medicinal and recreational use.
Lock down your access control with Alcatraz AI Issue 8 2023, C3 Shared Services, Access Control & Identity Management, AI & Data Analytics Alcatraz AI, represented in South Africa by C3 Shared Services, changes access control by harnessing the power of artificial intelligence and analytics at the edge, where facial recognition becomes the essential credential autonomously.
First telemedicine platform for South Africa Issue 7 2023, Guardian Eye, AI & Data Analytics South African employees often struggle to receive timely, affordable, and accessible healthcare. The challenge for many healthcare initiatives within organisations is the melting pot of cultures.
Healthcare and the edge Issue 8 2022, Technews Publishing With the proliferation of IoT devices in healthcare, more data is generated which drives the need to distribute it efficiently and keep it closer to the user.
The cybersecurity consolidation conundrum Issue 3 2022, Editor's Choice, Information Security Check Point discusses why less is sometimes more when it comes to securing your organisation from the innumerable cyberattacks happening every day.
Cyber risks to healthcare Issue 1 2022 60% of healthcare organisations in South Africa have confirmed that all medical equipment they use runs up-to-date software. Usage of legacy operating systems (OS) expose healthcare organisations to additional vulnerabilities and cyber risks.
Home care and assisted living Issue 1 2022, Salto Systems Africa SALTO prevents unauthorised access, while saving residents – who may have mobility issues – from having to open their door since physical keys are replaced with contactless smart fobs, PIN codes or smartphone access.
Touchless healthcare Issue 1 2022, ZKTeco With confidential data and potentially dangerous drugs and medical equipment, it can be more of a challenge for the healthcare sector to keep their premises safe than in other industries.
Data compliance for healthcare Issue 7 2021 All healthcare facilities including hospitals and clinics are required to manage the complete destruction of all data when IT assets reach end-of-life using compliant data erasure techniques essential to protect company data.
Improving patient care Issue 2 2021, Axis Communications SA, Surveillance Nemours Children’s Health System has installed Axis network video cameras in every patient room to improve patient care to avoid nuisance alarms.
Access control during a health crisis Issue 2 2021, Axis Communications SA Preventing the transmission of coronavirus in healthcare settings is obviously critical. Paul Baratta discusses access control and how it can help healthcare providers today and well into the future.
IoT is playing an increasing role in monitoring behaviour Issue 2 2021, Guardian Eye With 55% of respondents in a recent survey stating that they cannot afford to save towards retirement and living in a care facility, attention must turn to leveraging cost-effective and user-friendly technological innovations to unlock the potential for telecare.
Cyber care for healthcare industries Issue 2 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic is being exploited by cybercriminals with organisations across healthcare industries, from hospitals to clinics, laboratories and pharmacies finding themselves in the crosshairs.
Unlocking the value of healthcare data Issue 1 2021 Data in the healthcare sector is heavily regulated, with numerous laws and regulations governing how data needs to be processed, protected and retained; this has become more important than ever in light of the COVID-19 crisis.
Keeping COVID in check Issue 8 2020, Suprema, Access Control & Identity Management Suprema thermal camera solution helps prevent the spread of COVID-19 in South Korea in a focused healthcare approach from government.
Technology driving the healthcare industry 1 August 2020, Surveillance Seeing cameras as sensors opens up new possibilities, and each one of them responds to typical demands inside a hospital, clinic or nursing home.