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Michael Reynolds

Michael Reynolds

Mike Reynolds is the Director of Sales at DGA Security. He has more than 17 years of commercial security experience, and has strong expertise in designing security systems for national accounts and businesses in “high risk” markets. Mike enjoys collaborating with customers, designers and industry trade partners to solve unique business security challenges and create innovative solutions.

Michael Reynolds

Michael Reynolds
Mike Reynolds is the Director of Sales at DGA Security. He has more than 17 years of commercial security experience, and has strong expertise in designing security systems for national accounts and businesses in “high risk” markets. Mike enjoys collaborating with customers, designers and industry trade partners to solve unique business security challenges and create innovative solutions.
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April, 07 2020

7 Tips to Protect Your Business Premises During an Extended Shutdown

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The current COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented disruptions to all aspects of our lives. The stay-at-home orders are currently in effect across most of the U.S. Nonessential businesses are curr[...] Read More

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December, 10 2019

How a Network Outage Impacts Cloud-Based Access Control Systems

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Even if you have business-grade network connectivity in your facility, network outages do happen. It’s important to understand what happens to your access control system when the network goes down to [...] Read More

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November, 22 2019

Access Control System: Avoid Common Cable Wiring Mistakes

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The most time-consuming aspect of installing an access control system is wiring. Every electric strike, mag lock and credential reader is hardwired to an Access Control Unit (ACU) that is typically in[...] Read More

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November, 01 2019

How to Define Access Levels in Access Control Systems

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When designing an access control system for your business, it's important to think about who can enter where during what time period.   Read More

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October, 24 2019

Access Control System: How to Choose the Right Credential Types

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When it comes to access credentials, they don't have to be one-type-fits-all. The most common access credential types are access cards, key fobs, tags and mobile-based apps. Read More

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