Mobile, cloud-based personal security services improve employee productivity: report
by CM Staff
Platform provides advanced technologies with high scalability to thousands of employees, enhancing their peace of mind, finds Frost & Sullivan
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Frost & Sullivan’s latest paper, Recognizing the Personal Security and Peace-of-Mind Gap Outside of Enterprise Facilities, analyzes the core criteria for enterprise-wide personal security services as well as the rise of the personal security services market. It also analyzes the advantages of cloud-based Personal Security-as-a-Service for all employees on the go.
“Organizations that wish to protect their employees outside the enterprise facility have to offer mobile solutions that are agile enough to adapt to changing personal risks for employees and their families,” explained Danielle Van Zandt, industry analyst | Aerospace & Defense at Frost & Sullivan, in a prepared statement. “Any personal security solution must be seamless for individuals to use, with simple controls and convenient access or communication means. It should also allow individuals to interact with security services personnel via a variety of communication means such as text, voice call, video, or panic button functionality.”
Efficient personal security platforms should incorporate advanced technologies to offer high quality and scalability to thousands of mobile employees simultaneously. It must be easy to use and combine command center technologies, artificial intelligence (AI) to monitor and detect anomalies/threats, communication technologies, and novel remediation solutions. Bond’s personal security services platform offers these capabilities and functionalities in addition to the following benefits: