2020 has been a year of significant change for the security and technology world due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year, organisations have had to completely rethink how their everyday workplace environment works and if all measures have been put into effect to keep their employees safe.
The ISIA awards is always a superb event that provides a great platform of competition and recognition for the amazing work done within the Irish security industry. A massive congratulations are in order for TDS' Niall Farrell who has deservedly won the Electronic Security Supervisor of the year at this years ISIA Awards!
Following the initial strain COVID-19 had on businesses globally, TDS improved their Visitor Management solution features guaranteeing a safe return to work for all personnel. However, bringing all employees back to the office as the pandemic remains a risk factor within offices comes with other issues which will require further preventative measures such as contact tracing.
Last week, TDS spoke with Sean Pollock of The Sunday Independent to discuss how TDS have pivoted their solutions to cater to the new requirements of workplaces all around the world, and future plans for the company following major new client deals.
Perhaps the most important change when fully reopening offices and global organisations is the implementation of measures for hygiene and health screening upon arrival in order to fully safeguard the office. As offices and organisations prepare to resume on-site work, they need to be fully equipped with as many measures as possible to safeguard their employees going forward.