Johnson Controls Provides Cloud Deployment and Enhanced Security for C•CURE 9000 v2.70 SP1

July 18, 2018

Johnson Controls introduces C•CURE 9000 v2.70 SP1 from Software House, one of the industry’s most powerful security management systems providing 24x7 mission critical security and safety protection for people, buildings and assets. This new service pack provides software improvements for C•CURE 9000 v2.70 and new capabilities to enhance the security and safety of a facility and improve system administration.

C•CURE 9000 can now be deployed under an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) model, reducing or eliminating the need for onsite server hardware. “As demand for cloud deployments continues to grow, Johnson Controls offers a solution that enables customers to take advantage of the flexibility and resilience provided by this technology”, said Rick Focke, director of Enterprise Access Control. “C•CURE 9000 v2.70 SP1 provides a cloud deployable solution that can be used by enterprise companies to support the security and safety of people, buildings and assets globally while at the same time lowering system management costs.”

In addition to fixes and solutions that are driven by the Software House Customer Support team and prioritized by severity and impact, C•CURE 9000 SP1 delivers additional capabilities that enhance security. While previous versions of C•CURE 9000 had the capability to designate dynamic area managers for added oversight, it didn’t meet the needs of some security teams. The addition of Area Supervisor ensures that one or more personnel designated as supervisors must accompany personnel designated as supervised into an area at all times. For example, Area Supervisor is used in retail banking when a supervisor must be in the area at all times during cash counting procedures.

Additional features in C•CURE 9000 v2.70 SP1 that elevate a site’s security are Automatic Door Unlock Control per controller and the ability to monitor disarmed events.

For more information on the latest version of C•CURE 9000, please visit www.swhouse.com.

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