Converged security pays dividends

Tuesday, 26 June 2007, 10:12 AM EST

Security convergence -- integrating building- and IT-access systems --- is supposed to make life easier for everyone: IT, building security staff and employees coming into the office each day.

But two big questions loom:

* Will security convergence force employees to change their routines and learn entirely new ways to work, thereby lessening productivity before it can be improved?
* Can security convergence be used by organizations to enforce policies that have been unenforceable previously and therefore not truly effective?

At PC World.

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