Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an end-user customer was required to create security points where temperature checks would be conducted of each employee who is entering certain buildings.
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Training is back in person! The Training team at Open Options hit the road running with an on-site training in Casper, Wyoming recently. It marked the restart of in-person training sessions offered by our company in the aftermath of the lifting of stay-at-home orders.
State government officials discovered that having a proprietary access control system for their state government has limitations, inefficiencies and lingering drawbacks, surely holding them back. They saw that moving to an open approach for access control was the future. After an evaluation, this state government selected Open Options’ DNA Fusion as the access control platform […]
A customer ran into problems when they discovered that they could no longer set doors to auto unlock and their trace history on doors was not working.
Commissioning 250 doors between two sites is not an easy task during normal times. Doing it during the COVID-19 pandemic with the widespread stay-at-home orders and restricted physical access to buildings adds another level of complexity. This is the challenge that a large school district in Louisiana had to tackle recently. Yet, despite the new […]
Prepare Yourself to Ramp Up Online training has kept Open Options connected with our customers and end-users during the COVID-19 pandemic, but attention is starting to turn to what is next on the horizon. iLearn is a training program that Open Options provides to help you accelerate ramping back up and getting ready to implement […]
The site was taken offline each time the DNA driver crashed, which was every time a download command was issued. If an attempt was made to restart it, the driver would immediately stop. The only option was to contact Tech Support at Open Options.
Denver Public Schools needed graphics maps to show the status of the door, alarm points and cameras for every school campus in their district – a particularly useful illustration at a time when staff is working remotely. Because of the complexity and high number of buildings, the school district brought in Open Options’ Professional Services for assistance.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic threatening to spread among their patient population, a healthcare institution realized that they urgently needed to monitor and limit visitors.
As stay-at-home orders and social distancing practices have become predominant across the United States and around the world in recent weeks, the Training team wants you to know that your learning can continue remotely, helping you make the most of your time.
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