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Knowledge

WHITE PAPERS

Emergence of Smartphones Improve Corporate Safety

Large, multinational corporations face exposure to safety risks when their employees travel or work abroad. Yet bring-your-own-device (BYOD) strategies in the workplace are changing the face of corporate security as smartphone and social networking technologies are replacing antiquated, single-use security devices such as personal duress systems or panic buttons.
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How Mobile and Cloud Technologies Improve Response

When disaster strikes, one of the most important aspects for first responders, organizational leaders and people in the affected areas is to ensure that all lines of communication are open. The flexibility and accessibility of the cloud is why many institutions and establishments in the U.S. are beginning to embrace cloud technology to ensure personal safety.
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Smartphone Adoption in the U.S.

Smartphone adoption is on the rise in the U.S. with more than half of all mobile subscribers, and has penetrated well beyond 50% of all adult Americans for the first time. The Pew Research Center places the figure at 56%, up from just 35% two years ago while noting the number of adults with no cell phone at all has fallen by half in that time. There will be more mobile subscriptions than people in the world by the end of 2014.
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DATA SHEETS

The Benefits of Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer. The shift from traditional software models to Internet-based applications has steadily increased over the past ten years. Business applications are quickly moving to the cloud for improved scalability and redundancy.
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Smartphone Ownership & Usage

Smartphones have become synonymous with the college student population. For many college students, their lives revolve around their smartphones. Pew Research Center began measuring smartphone adoption two years ago. During this time, ownership among younger adults has consistently been high, especially among those in their twenties and thirties.
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Where Campus Crimes Happens

Research has shown that campus crimes do not happen in locations where blue light emergency phones are installed, it happens away from them. College and university campuses are continually expanding in size, presenting new challenges for campus officials. Until now, traditional methods of emergency reporting have been limited to ten digit phone numbers.
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TapShield Solution Overview

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Enterprise Safety Overview

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CASE STUDIES

University of Florida

Making college campuses a safe place for students, faculty, staff and visitors is a primary concern for campus administrators worldwide. With 70,000+ students, faculty and staff sprawled over a 2,000-acre campus; the University of Florida (UF) sought a solution that delivered pervasive and ubiquitous security across their main campus and several satellite locations throughout Gainesville, Florida.
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