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29th April 2020 Issue no. 505
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Over the last decade, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) became an essential online security product used by millions of people around the world.
Their growing popularity continues at pace in 2020, with more than 30% of internet users using consumer VPNs.
However, with millions of people working from home or searching for online entertainment during the lockdown, the coronavirus outbreak has seen a global VPN demand surge.
Door closers are appropriate for just about any opening with a swinging door, and are required by Code for Fire Doors.
Why use door closers?
Specifically designed for convenience and optimum weather protection, the new Series 114 Marine Combination Padlock (30mm/40mm) is a high quality three or four dial marine combination padlock, suitable for a multitude of outdoor security uses.
All the benefits of ANPR without incurring the cost of a server to run it on. Hanwha Techwin has strengthened its range of Intelligent Traffic Management solutions with the introduction of highly cost-effective Serverless ANPR.
Easy to configure camera-to-camera IP communication technology enables up to 4 Wisenet ANPR cameras, (1 master camera and 3 slaves), to simultaneously capture and transmit data to a convenient user interface.
By Barber Brinkman, Senior Business Development Manager, EMEAI Smart Video at Western Digital
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As bosses struggle to get their heads around how to cope with an employee in a large office building or factory coming down with Coronavirus, some are looking to invest in smart CCTV with built in temperature sensors.
SSAIB were overcome with pride upon discovering that registered firm PLP Fire Protection have been providing invaluable assistance in the building of the Government's first emergency field hospital at the ExCel in London.
We know it's going to be a rough period for many of your businesses and we are looking at ways to ease that pressure. Cash flow is a worry for everyone right now, so we're offering 0% finance on all orders over £250+VAT and this includes all of our stock items, not just machinery.
We would like to notify everyone that we are still open for business as usual. Cut off time for orders is 2pm.
We have taken the necessary steps to ensure our staff's and the public's health and safety.
Lockdecoders wishes everyone the best of luck and health during the Covid-19 period.