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Helping a National Restaurant Group Achieve Measurable Profit Gains

When Chipotle first began seeking a solution for minimizing employee theft while simultaneously increasing efficiency and optimizing the customer’s experience, the national restaurant chain’s search brought them to LMI partner Envysion. Chipotle’s legacy system was composed of VCRs and DVRs, none of which were tied into store point of sale [...]

2015, Blog|

Resolving the Challenge of 24/7 Network Access, Security and Performance for Distributed Operations

From multi-location enterprises to schools dispersed across multiple buildings and campuses, the challenge of achieving rapid-fire collaboration, communication and data exchange between both external partners and internal personnel is expanding. As network traffic increases, data throughput and information flow can be greatly diminished if network equipment and systems aren't highly [...]

2015, Blog|

Creating a Modern Office in an Historical Context: LMI Systems, Inc. Helps Cardlytics Deploy Cutting-Edge Technology at Ponce City Market

For data analytics and digital advertising firm Cardlytics, a reliable network and well-secured office are mandates. Yet, when the company decided to relocate to Atlanta’s historic Sears building—being revitalized as the Ponce City Market—its objectives for the build-out of the network and an access control system with security cameras made [...]

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What’s the Big Deal about the Newest Wi-Fi Protocol?

Wi-Fi standards, the development of which is managed and ratified by the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) have changed significantly over the years. From 802.11-1997, the first “official” Wi-Fi protocol, to the most recent release, 802.11ac, Wi-Fi technology has enabled networks to become faster and more reliable with [...]

2015, Blog|

Network Access Points Come of Age

For many business professionals, the company’s network hardware isn’t something that requires any thought or attention―unless, of course, the network goes down. An in-house or third-party technician sets the network up, configures access restrictions, and users are off and running. As long as the network is working, everyone is happy [...]

2015, Blog|

Open Platform Design Helps Georgia State University Capitalize on Existing Physical Security and Surveillance

When Georgia State University needed to upgrade its proprietary access control system without sacrificing existing hardware, Software House C•CURE 9000 security and event management system was the clear choice. With C•CURE 9000's open platform, the university was able to capitalize on its existing physical security and surveillance, as well as [...]

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