Every CEO, president, owner, and high-level manager struggles with this question – is the area under my level of concern secure against all of the threats it might face? How will my current business security system hold up if threatened? Part of the risk-reward conundrum is the realization that the resources devoted to reducing risk normally add nothing to profit margins or bottom line and actually reduce the amount used to implement or expand business initiatives that facilitate the organization’s tactical and strategic objectives. But, some resources must be devoted in this direction – in many cases, the business security systems are mandated by regulatory requirements, business needs, and humane considerations, as in property insurance, secure storage, and providing a safe workplace environment.
There are so many different directions that threaten the organization. First, on everyone’s list is people. No business can operate without the dedicated and directed efforts of its people and these people have access to resources to enable them to accomplish the vital and necessary tasks of the business. But, no one can guarantee loyalty forever or detect mental breakdowns in advance. While every effort is made to guard against bringing people into the organization who are not trustworthy, there are always some who slip by or degrade over time. Some are even suborned by competitors! Those competitors are ever alert for a breakdown or slip by your company that they can seize the opportunity for their own advantage and your downfall.
What about facilities? All businesses provide safe and secure locations for their employees to work and collaborate and those locations must protect against external dangers such as natural disasters, fire, and flooding as well as unauthorized access. At the same time, these facilities offer space to efficiently conduct business operations and allow employee access to files, contacts, and information needed to perform. Each facility has communication solutions, particularly necessary in today’s world and the foreseeable future, to permit and aid employees in contacting each other, customers, and vendors, and to automatically store, process, and facilitate optimized business processes that conduct your business. Those communication solutions must provide access from home or remote locations as well.
Without attempting to describe all of the threats your business faces daily, the real question is how can you best foresee and protect your organization? Wouldn’t a trusted adviser evaluate objectively help to provide the necessary security solution?
Among many other functions and assistance it can provide, Clarus Communications offers security solutions customized to the needs of your company. The first priority is an evaluation of your company and the existing threats and designing the security strategy necessary now and in the future. There are always several different solutions of different extent and feasibility and you need – and deserve – the one that meets your needs today. We help you determine your solution and provide the services and equipment to implement it.
Clarus Communications was established in 2001 as Convergence Communications with a directed focus on providing businesses with telecommunications expertise and systems. Like all successful companies, our knowledge, experience, and sincere desire to best serve the companies we work with led to an expansion of our offerings. We now offer phone services and systems, IT filing and storage as a service, wireless communications and technology consulting and implementation, and, yes, business security systems. We have hundreds of clients nationwide who enjoy our focus on excellent service and benefit from our ability to solve their telecommunication needs of all descriptions.
Visit Clarus Communications here or call us at 855-801-6700 to speak with one of our knowledgeable staff so we can work with you on finding the right security system for your business at the most affordable rates. Our goal is to ensure high levels of customer service plus building and maintaining a system that enables your business to run well.