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Part 5 – Maslow’s Tech Hierarchy: A 5-Step Method for Evaluating Your Access Control & Security Needs in a Post-COVID World

Continued from Part 4 Maslow’s Tech Method Steps 3 & 4 Step 3 – Love & Belonging, Allowing Effective Group Dynamics and Cooperation The third level of our tech pyramid, or set of ingredients for the best security recipe, is

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Part 4 – Maslow’s Tech Hierarchy: A 5-Step Method for Evaluating Your Access Control & Security Needs in a Post-COVID World

Continued from Part 3 Now that we know we need a method, some philosophical handbook to help us negotiate the tumultuous sea of security and access control products beyond computational benchmarks, Maslow’s sundial for the infinitely complex foundation of human

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Part 3 – Maslow’s Tech Hierarchy: A 5-Step Method for Evaluating Your Access Control & Security Needs in a Post-COVID World

Continued from Part 2 Part 3: Security and Access Control Technology Through the Lens of Human Needs   Today, Maslow’s pyramid is so ubiquitous that most people are at least vaguely familiar with the concept. In an article reviewed by

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Part 2 – Maslow’s Tech Hierarchy: A 5-Step Method for Evaluating Your Access Control & Security Needs in a Post-COVID World

Continued from Part 1 Part 2: ‘How To’ Compare Security and Access Control Tech without a Method   There is a huge gap in the literature-base on how to compare security and access control technology; it is actually less of

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Part 1 – Maslow’s Tech Hierarchy: A 5-Step Method for Evaluating Your Access Control & Security Needs in a Post-COVID World

Part 1: A Time of Uncertainty with No Shortage of Options   There can be no doubt that the COVID-19 outbreak has been a “transformational event” ushering in monumental change, “restructuring” the very foundations of our business and social landscape.[1]

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Lockers, Clutter, and the Hierarchy of Needs

Marie Kondo, author of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing, said: “Clutter is caused by a failure to return things to where they belong. Therefore, storage should reduce the effort needed to put

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Storage Needs Met in Durango for Those Facing Homelessness

Durango, Colorado – Neighbors in Need Alliance (NINA) asked what the greatest needs of the homeless community were and the top two surprised them – transportation and storage. In an effort to meet those needs, DeBourgh All-American Lockers was hired

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Why Made in America Matters

At DeBourgh Manufacturing, we are proud to say, “Made in the USA”. As a fourth-generation family business, we understand what it means to be American and realized the dream of enterprise in 1909. But, why is it important for us

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Internet of Things and Secure Lockers

The Internet of Things, also referred to as IoT, is the conglomeration of devices that collect and share data via the internet. If something is connected to the internet, other than a PC or smartphone, it is likely included in

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Safety and Security for School Resource Officers

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School Resource Officers (SROs) storing weapons at their schools may be a controversial subject. Whether or not this is allowed, must be a decision by the school, parents, and students, and the overall administrative team.  However, if the decision is

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