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Genetec Synergis Access Control: Expertise from Two Campuses

Genetec Synergis Access Control: Expertise from Two Campuses

Join us as two campuses share thieir experiences with Genetec in a unified environment. Clemson University and SUNY Binghamton will provide insights.

Discussion questions:

  • What was your process for consolidating multiple access control systems and video solutions?
  • What operational and security insights have you been able to gain with the consolidation?
  • What do you recommend to a campus starting this journey?

Presenters:
Steve Robbins, Clemson University

Ashlee Conrad, Clemson University
David Martin, SUNY Binghamton University

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