Software House, a unit of Tyco Security Products, has released a new version of its C-CURE 9000 security and event management system, giving it more speed, functionality and scalability.
One new feature of the system is the ability to set predefined alarm messages. This gives users the option of customizing specific steps to take in the event of a system alarm.
C-CURE 9000 also lets users tap into an escorted access feature, which designates certain cardholders as being required to have an escort before gaining access to certain areas of a facility.
Software House has added the capability to import personnel records from CSV files, and it’s been upgraded to Microsoft .NET Framework 4 to give it additional speed.