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DIRAK's E-LINE Locking Systems Cut Security Costs

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shashi
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Re: A critical need
shashi   8/2/2012 4:05:48 AM
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Naperlou,

I agree your comment & its applications not only for IT/Ites also for out door enclosures where we need an extensive remote access control locks Eg..,, for telecom towers

 

NadineJ
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Re: A critical need
NadineJ   6/3/2012 10:42:12 AM
naperlou, I completely agree.  I've seen similar things happen.  With the trend towards co-branding, there's more opportunity for theft or sabotage. 

For some, competition brings out the best in them.  They are driven to achieve more.  For others, it's easier to tear down the competition than to meet it.

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Re: A critical need
Ann R. Thryft   6/1/2012 11:36:42 AM
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naperloul, I'm intrigued by your comment. How did competitors' employees sabotage the equipment? Do you mean that employees of one company snuck into the facility of a competitor and sabotaged their equipment in the dead of night?

naperlou
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A critical need
naperlou   6/1/2012 9:32:38 AM
As more and more data migrates to co-location centers it is important that there be more robust security in these systems.  I have seen situations where competitors employees intentionally sabatoged equipment.   This type of lock should help avoid such problems.

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