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Inventory, real estate and employees are usually the most costly business expenses. Protecting them is essential to reducing expenditures caused by vandalism or theft. Office alarms can help your employees feel safe, deter burglars and may reduce your insurance premiums. Additionally, employees may be more willing to work late if they know the premises are secure. GIS Corp. provides a comprehensive selection of outdoor surveillance cameras and business alarms that can help provide protection for your commercial grounds or interior space.
Building a successful business takes hard work and perseverance – reward yourself with the gift of peace of mind. Whether you own a single storefront or warehouses across the globe, GIS
Corp. has a range of high-performance security camera systems to fit any.
Building a business is hard – keeping an eye on that business is easy with GIS. We have several premium security camera solutions with high-definition monitoring and recording. Get the peace of mind you deserve so you can stop worrying and keep taking care of business.
Access control solutions for any Commercial, Retail, Public or Business environment. A variety of access control Readers, Doors, Gates and devices allow us to deliver the right equipment, products and technology for every installation. Our access control management solutions allow you to control, track and manage access to any facility for improved employee and visitor management. We add value to your operations with managed access control and handle all phases of access control system layout and configuration, installation, maintenance, inspections and testing with our local service and support.
A traditional PBX is made up of two key elements: lines and stations. The lines, sometimes called trunks, are connections to the global public switched telephony network (PSTN) by way of a
telephone company. Stations are simply telephones or other endpoint devices like fax machines, modems and credit card terminals.
Today, a business phone system is much more than just a simple switch. Adjunct technologies like automated attendant, voice messaging, call queuing and multi-party conferencing have become standard features. Basic analog and proprietary digital phones are giving way to standards-based IP phones. Outside connectivity is now available over the Internet in the form of SIP trunks or other VoIP services.