What is “the cloud”? No, it is not the fluffy white thing up in the sky, and it is not a physical object either. The cloud refers to the sharing of resources, software and information, allowing information to be stored on virtual servers and accessible via the internet. These servers are designed to manage data, run applications and deliver content or a service. Examples of cloud services include Google Drive, Apple iCloud, Netflix, Dropbox and Microsoft OneDrive. The advantage of using a cloud service is that you can access and edit information on your device anywhere in the world since it is not stored on your hard drive. Although most cloud storage systems encode each user’s data with a specific encryption key, cloud data security has been an increasing concern. Here are some cyber security tips on how to keep your data safe on the cloud.
Professional Electronic Security Systems have saved billions of dollars since their invention and implementation in residential and business environments. Thanks to Marie Brow, inventor of video home security systems; Augustus Russel Pope, creator of burglar alarm systems; John R. Wiegand, inventor of the magnetic effect used in early technology access cards and many other great minds, today we can be fully protected by the Integrated Electronic Security Systems.
Some of the electronic security systems that you should consider for your business are CCTV Security Cameras, Security Alarm Systems, and Access Control Systems.
Taking into account the increase in crime and burglaries, the need for security guards and systems has become essential to safeguard businesses, commercial premises and our homes. However choosing the right type of security system is a difficult decision to make. The choice of security systems over security guards depends on the scenario and requires an understanding of why your business needs a security system.
CCTV security or Video Surveillance Systems are one of the most cost-effective ways to provide security to a business or workplace. With the advanced technology of surveillance systems, businesses and assets can be monitored seamlessly and continuously to protect from all types of hazards and disasters. As CCTV cameras are relatively inexpensive and reliable, they are often preferred over physical security guards, or in some cases in addition to.
Southern Cross Group and The Institute for Drone Technology sign MoU to investigate the practical deployment of Drone Technology across its Security and Facility portfolios.
Southern Cross Group is proud to announce the milestone signing of a partnership agreement with “The Institute for Drone Technology”. This keystone partnership will allow Southern Cross Group to explore the practical application of drone technology across a multitude of its sites nationally.
Working with the leading providers of drone doctrine and capability in Australia, SCG believes this partnership will bring about fundamental change to the security sector, not only in terms of personal safety to staff, but to the reporting and force multiplier capacity that drone technology provides.
Southern Cross Group embraces the use of cutting-edge technology to provide innovative service solutions for our clients. We have partnered with Scentre Group, providing them with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) to capture these stunning images of Westfield Whitford City shopping centre. https://scgroup.global/blog/drone-technology/
SOUTHERN CROSS GROUP IS LEADING THE WAY WITH OUR DRONE TECHNOLOGY. Western Australia conducted its first drone job on 26 February2017. We are delighted our valued client is impressed with footage obtained of the Whitford City development. Within a week we will present the edited finished product to the client. Southern Cross Group is excited about future opportunities drone technology will bring.