In April 2021, the Federal Government approved and allocated $11.2 billion in funding to Texas LEAs for the 2020-2023 ARP ESSER III Grant. The program is designed to help school districts address the impact of COVID-19 as well as safely reopen in-person classrooms and sustain safe operations.
How can you decide which technology solution fits your security needs when there are thousands of products to choose from? Ask yourself these 6 basic questions
Technology standardization can help school administrators increase security system uptime, streamline maintenance procedures, reduce part counts, and more.
Schools need to mitigate new risks and build more effective plans, but the best approach to any school security strategy starts with an assessment. Here’s why.
Career Stories: My Summer Working Remotely as a Marketing Intern at 3Sixty Integrated During COVID-19
My name is Yvette Arellano and I am a Michigan-born, but Houston-raised, incoming second-year student at the University of Texas at Austin. This summer was my first internship ever as a Marketing Intern at 3Sixty Integrated – and it happened to be during the worldwide pandemic, COVID-19.
In the past few months, our Integrator’s “work-life” has never looked so different. Whether they’re working from home, in the field or in-and-out of the office, each of our team members have continued to demonstrate their talent and commitment daily.
While touch-free access control has been gaining popularity for years, the technology has really seen a surge in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic. Now more than ever its critical to react quickly and be open to change in order to minimize spread and ensure safety.
Returning to school buildings in the fall is a goal that will demand officials find new ways to ensure the safety of students and staff. A proper security system that offers the technology to track, trace and contain infection will be the best measure to calm the fear and uncertainty of returning to campus.
COVID-19 has drastically changed our society’s perspective on health and safety practices for organizations. This pandemic has created an abrupt wake-up call in our community and around the world. Only with collective efforts, can we play a role in halting the progression of this virus and protecting our community. Now is the time for risk […]
First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas was the site of a tragedy that occurred less than two years ago, in November 2017, when a gunman opened fire, killing 26 and injuring 20 in the deadliest mass shooting in the state’s history. Thanks to the help and generosity of local businesses that banded together, the […]