If your multifamily property is in Florida, Miya's Law now requires you to maintain accurate key logs and more. The tips in this guide help make compliance easier.
Many of the key security practices property management companies use don't provide adequate key control. Download our whitepaper to discover six common key control mistakes and how to address them.
Are smart locks really the way of the future? How are multifamily communities using keyless entry today? Are traditional metal keys going away? To answer these questions and more, KeyTrak’s market research team asked multifamily professionals to share their thoughts.
Many of the common key security practices condo communities currently use don’t provide adequate security. Download our whitepaper to discover six common key control mistakes and how to address them.
As a student housing professional, you know key security is important. Unfortunately, many communities use key management methods that aren’t secure and don’t hold employees accountable. In this quick guide, you'll learn what you can do to improve your key control practices.
How do you ensure your employees don't use keys irresponsibly to access resident rooms when they shouldn't? In this eBook you'll learn about the problems of elder abuse in assisted living facilities and how electronic key management can help you get control.
Are hidden inefficiencies in your dealership keeping you from realizing your full profit potential? In this whitepaper, you’ll learn how to evaluate your operations, tools, and people to identify the issues that are costing you money.
Policies and procedures are important, but they could be falling short and holding back your security efforts if you don't effectively hold employees accountable. This whitepaper explores five key control process breakdowns that threaten your campus.
Many of the key security practices private housing properties currently use don't provide adequate key control. Download our whitepaper to discover the major key control mistakes that hurt off-campus student housing properties.
As a multifamily professional, you know key security is important. Unfortunately, many properties use key management methods that aren’t secure and don’t hold employees accountable.
While the world scrambles to protect its electronic data, many businesses fall short when it comes to protecting their physical premises and devices — let alone holding employees accountable. Follow these five steps to improve your facility's security.