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Summertime Risks for Commercial Property Landlords

Before the season heats up, landlords should be aware of the risks to commercial properties that come with summertime. This season is when criminals are more likely to strike, as people are spending more time outdoors and in commercial areas. ITech Digital holds expertise in securing commercial properties and will break down some ways to secure your property from summer crime.

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5 Steps To Protect Your Vacant Commercial Property & How To Secure It

With the rise of vacant retail buildings and commercial properties, many landlords are faced with maintaining empty buildings for significant time until they are occupied or sold. But what are some ways to ensure your empty property is safe from intruders and disasters while you and your team are away? At ITech Digital, we've helped secure empty warehouses and commercial buildings and have listed a few ways to make sure your building is safe while you're away.

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Top 3 Retail Security Issues and Retail Security Solutions

When it comes to retail loss prevention, some traditional security issues continue to exist as well as emerging retail security issues. At Itech Digital, our retail customers in Indiana and across the U.S. talk about the evolving security issues they face. The good news is that technology is also evolving, which is innovating video surveillance and analytics solutions, creating a convergence between IT and physical security, and positioning you, as a retailer,  to proactively protect your business, product, and customers. In this article, we discuss the myriad retail security issues and the best retail security solutions. 

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Facing staffing crisis, restaurants are vulnerable to preventable loss

As 2021 nears its final quarter, the restaurant industry continues to be tough to predict. At the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, lockdowns and mandates gave little room for options when it came to operating a restaurant and serving customers. The lockdowns were intense but restaurants responded with downsizing, closing down dine-in areas and relying heavily on food delivery services. Impacts of the pandemic were undoubtedly significant, but the hope of a very temporary pandemic kept the human spirit alive.


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Chuck McCormick to speak at the upcoming Education Sector Conference at Indiana Wesleyan University

Sharing his knowledge of physical security and security technologies is no new feat for Chuck McCormick, the Director of Sales Engineering at ITech Digital. With over 30 years of experience in the industry, and as a board certified Physical Security Professional, Chuck is a fountain of information for organizations seeking to improve their understanding of physical security and security technologies. He plans to do just that at the upcoming Education Sector Conference at Indiana Wesleyan University.

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Access Control - a 65 Year History

January 1952 
Frank Best, Founder and President of Best Lock Corporation, revealed a new Electro-Combination Lock/Alarm System at the Plant Maintenance & Engineering show. Frank Best was the inventor of the interchangeable core master keyed locking system. He realized early on that a keyless access control system, that allowed access management along with simple reprograming, was the future.

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Positive Worship Experiences Begin with a Secure Environment

When a person enters a house of worship, they expect to be safe to practice their faith in an atmosphere of peace and reverence. But current world attitudes are creating many challenges to this expectation. It's common to see the news broadcast incidents of malicious graffiti marring the side of a country church or the destruction of valuable artifacts in a mosque or temple. Churches, mosques, temples, and synagogues must acknowledge that they could be the target of a hate crime and look for a way to deter perpetrators and protect their parishioners.

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Keeping Unique Students Secure: The Indianapolis Lighthouse Charter Schools



The Lighthouse Charter Schools are special. With an emphasis on the arts, the schools teach the skills necessary for good citizenship and lifelong learning. The resulting foundation is meant to give the students the skills needed to graduate from college.



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Keeping the Potbelly Brand Secure

 The Potbelly Sandwich Shop, an international chain restaurant, known for delicious, nutritious submarine sandwiches and soups, started from humble beginnings. In 1977, Potbelly started in a small antique store on Lincoln Avenue in Chicago, Illinois. By 2005, Potbelly had over 100 shops open nationally and was named one of "America's 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies" by Inc. Magazine. By their 30th anniversary, they opened their 200th store and was eighth on the list of Crain's Business "50 Fastest Growing Companies". Not only does the chain "help people eat right, without giving up the things they love", part of their mission includes their commitment to promote green initiatives and giving back to local communities. 

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How government legislation is effecting security on campuses

Bullying, fighting and aggression, shooting and bomb threats - practically every night our newscasts reflect the chaos of our schools. We have to do better at protecting our children from threats within the school's walls  and outsiders who trespass on our campuses. Some state governments, like those in Texas and Ohio, are stepping in to make security and surveillance a priority for their school's agendas.

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