Your business is your livelihood. You have spent a lifetime building it up and for someone to potentially break in and put that at risk would be a complete nightmare. That is why it is important to make sure your business is protected at all times, both physically and metaphorically. In this case locks are your first form of defence so it’s time to get clued up. Here’s the different locks and where you need them:
In an office building it is hard to stay secure. This is simply because so many people have to enter in and out during a day and this is often hard to monitor. Making a key for everyone that needs access to the office isn’t a viable idea simply as there will be too many keys which can get lost and fall into the wrong hands and in the long run will be expensive. The only alternative is a keyless lock such as a door entry system. A key code lock means you have to input a code for the lock to unlock and gain entry. This means all recognised personnel can be given the code, which stops any unwanted people gaining entry. Also if there were to be any security risk then you can change the security code.
Not all places need communal entry and in an office this is definitely the case. In a business this is likely the boss’ office in which all important items of information are kept. A deadbolt lock means the mechanism has to be locked by a key and if you keep only one copy then it means only you can enter. This provides you with an added level of safety.
Cam locks are perhaps the most unrecognised by most people but the fact is we see them everywhere, especially in an office. A cam lock is mostly found on the drawers of filing cabinets. Just like a deadbolt lock a key and therefore this can only enter it means only those in possession of the key can gain access. Without communal entry all of your important paperwork is likely to stay safe.