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Jacksons perspectives and insights

Whether your securing a school or a data centre we have developed insight papers that go in-depth into understanding security and access control in the various environments. 


  • The Changing Landscape of 21st Century Data Centre Security

    With the UK industry preparing for an anticipated 22% expansion in capacity over the next four years and the land at a premium, data centre operators no longer find themselves in the enviable position of being able to cherry pick sites and are having to consider setting-up in more densely populated locations, including residential areas. We look at how data centres can enhance their security and operate 365 days a year without a negative impact on the local community.

    Download: Data Centre Insight Document

  • Physical perimeter protection for utilities sites

    Companies operating in the utilities sector face the risk of potential security breaches which could have significant implications on public safety and / or service availability. The document highlights the importance of responsible procurement and look how specifying products that are designed and manufactured to deliver the security performance.

    Download: Physical perimeter protection for utilities sites

  • Perimeter security and safety for independent schools

    Based on an interview with Peter Jackson, Chief Executive, Jacksons Fencing - Security risks are broadly similar across all schools whether independent or state funded preventing unauthorised entry to the grounds, protecting pupils, staff and visitors from accidents and injury. Naturally, boarding schools face additional duties of care and attendant risk where staff and pupils will need to be maintained during and after school hours with different safety and security regimes in operation for each.

    Download: Perimeter security and safety for independent schools
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