Stock Up on Parking Permits this Back To School Season

Prepare your school for returning faculty and student drivers this fall with our best-selling parking permits and violations.

1 year ago

Top 4 Benefits of Smart Locks

Why smart locks? A study from Wakefield Research shows that 86% of millennial renters are willing to pay 20% more for a smart apartment. Renter preferences lean heavily toward convenience, integration and home automation.

2 years ago

4 Steps to Create an Effective Parking System

Parking enforcement is the best solution to ensure a safe and orderly parking structure. Whether you manage resident, student, or employee parking create clear guidelines that apply to all who utilize your parking structure. Have clearly posted signs at every entrances to notify everyone of the parking policies and penalties and use the following as guidelines when creating your parking system.

2 years ago

How to Care for Your Flags

Flags make a great addition to your ongoing marketing strategy and no doubt capture the attention of passersby. Follow these tips for regular maintenance and keep your flags flying high and looking great.

2 years ago

There’s Been a Data Breach…Now What?

The days and weeks following a data breach are both stressful and overwhelming for a company. There is a lot to manage, and a small window of time to do so.

Take these proactive steps to minimize the damage and prevent the spread of viruses.

2 years ago

Protect Your Company’s Data from Breach

Cybersecurity is a term on everyone’s radar, and for good reason. With new data breaches reported almost daily, the need to protect both proprietary data and personally identifiable information is great.

It may feel overwhelming, but with careful research, most managers can put a plan in place to greatly reduce the risk of external hacks and internal breaches.

3 years ago

Preparing for an Active Shooter Event

Every organization should have thorough emergency preparedness plans to account for all relevant emergency situations that could arise. These include an earthquake preparedness plan if in a region that experiences earthquakes, or a tornado preparedness plan in regions that regularly experience tornadoes.

Read more for tips to prepare yourself and coworkers in the unlikely event of a workplace shooting.

3 years ago

Don't Be Ignorant of Hair Housing Laws

Accessibility issues account for the biggest number of Fair Housing complaints. American Baby Boomers hit Social Security age a few years ago. Many of them acquire handicapped parking documents, stickers, mirror hangers.

Read more about fair housing laws...

3 years ago

Do You Know What to Do in the Event of a Tornado?

Tornadoes are a devastating force of nature known to cause serious injury, death and destruction of entire communities. You cannot control the weather, but as the saying goes, an ounce of preparation can save the lives of many.

Use these tips to help prepare your workplace in the event of a tornado.

3 years ago

When Should Your American Flag Fly at Half Staff

When the nation is in a period of mourning, the American flag is lowered on its pole as a sign of respect referred to as “half-staff.”

During times when the American flag is flown at half-staff, state and local flags should follow suit until the flag is returned to full-staff. This period can last from one day for national days of remembrance, to 30 days in the event of the death of a sitting or former president.

3 years ago