Our most advanced product is also our simplest and easiest to use, thanks to the latest in cloud-based technology.
If you’ve never thought about working in the Cloud, now’s the time to discover the benefits of moving to a cloud-based access control system.
What is the Cloud, exactly?
The Cloud refers to software and data that you and your customers can access remotely through the internet, instead of locally on a computer. There’s only one instance of the software on a cloud server and the latest version is immediately available to all customers as soon as it’s released. Because remote servers handle the computing and storage, there’s no server or client software to buy, install or maintain, and customers can manage their system from anywhere they have internet access. Customers pay only for the resources they use via a monthly subscription fee.
Cloud Lock: When the Cloud meets access control
Cloud Lock offers the combined benefits of a cloud-based access control software solution, and those of our MAP1 controller. The MAP1 is a perfect complement to Cloud Lock as it can be provisioned for 2 or 4 doors, which builds on the concept of only paying for what you need. You can start with 2 doors and upgrade to 4 doors by simply purchasing a new provisioning code. For ease of deployment, the MAP1 has an onboard RJ45 network connection and is equipped with 27 status LEDs to facilitate commissioning and support.
How can Cloud Lock make your life easier?
Being a Cloud Lock Partner means you get to enjoy a number of benefits:
Your customers will thank you, too
You’re not the only one who benefits: Cloud Lock offers just as many advantages to your customers. Some of these include:
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MAP1 CLOUD LOCK CONFIGURATIONS:
CA-MAP12CL (2-Door Configuration with Aux I/O)
CA-MAP14CL (4-Door Configuration)
CA-MAP12U4CL (2-Door Provisioning Upgrade to 4-Door)
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