Of Your Business
Access control systems in Toronto are aimed at protecting your business and assets from intruders and harm. They do this by preventing unauthorized access to important areas, like storage facilities. With the latest technology and understanding at our fingertips, TekServices is here to help you find the right security solutions.
From protecting sensitive data to reducing the risk of theft or vandalism, every business owner has their own reasons to restrict access to certain areas of their building. Our access control systems make it easy to do this through straightforward and effective protections.
Whether we are talking about data cabling, security cameras or access control, eliminating the threat is always the right option. Access control systems keep threats from accessing what is most important to you, whether that is server, inventory or storage rooms.
Keeping track of the comings and goings of all your employees can be difficult, but not when Toronto access control devices are present. With customized access for each employee, you can easily track their movements into restricted areas and remove former employee’s permissions with just a few clicks!
For access control systems in Toronto, the applications are nearly limitless. We provide solutions that range from RFID scanners on warehouse lot gates to inventory rooms in convenience stores and so much more. Contact TekServices today to see how we can help protect your business.
Retail Outlets / Stores
High / Low Rise Buildings
What is the purpose of access control systems?
The purpose of access control systems is to prevent intruders and safeguard assets. The devices are typically placed at a door threshold to a restricted area, allowing only those with the proper credentials to gain access.
What are the types of access control systems?
Access control can come in many different forms, including biometric readers, RFID readers and multi-code units. We welcome suggestions about your preferred system.
How does access control work?
Typically, an electronically-limiting entry device will be placed at the entrance to a designated area. When it reads the correct credentials, it releases the locking mechanism and allows entry for a small period of time.