Sielox upgrades browser-based access control solution

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Sielox has revealed the latest updates to its AnyWare browser-based access control monitoring and event management solution.

Designed with the intent of providing an access control solution that’s ideal for a multitude of vertical applications, the company says that AnyWare 2.2 delivers greater door capacity and security, regional I/O capacity and enhanced reporting functions for improved operational efficiency.

“Over the past four years, we have successfully deployed AnyWare to secure a diverse range of facilities including health services, tech firms, multi-family housing, auto dealerships and more,” said David Halseth, Sielox Integrator and President of Hardwire Technology Company.

“The new capabilities and features available in AnyWare 2.2 effectively expand where we can install and reinforces that AnyWare is truly for everyone.”

Access control

With AnyWare 2.2, users can now manage access control applications with up to 64 doors using 32 total controllers, effectively reducing IP network connections and simplifying installation, Sielox says.

AnyWare 2.2 also introduces a suite of new and enhanced reporting features that enable organizations to stay ahead of operational inefficiencies and compliance challenges, including Reader-Cardholder Tracking, Reader Access, Cardholder and Configuration reports and more.

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