Securing Stores With A Fingerprint Door LockA month or so ago a friend of mine who runs a small PC repair and maintenance had his store broken into. Even though the front of the store was securely locked behind a steel gate that slid from the top of the entrance way, there was a side door that was not nearly as secure; this was how the thieves got in. Thankfully they did not steal much except for a PC monitor and a broken laptop that was being serviced and was left out by accident. My friend was smart enough to install a few video cameras in the store so with the help of the police we were able to find and catch them. Also, the stolen stuff were eventually returned.
It turned out well in the end but my friend was very very upset at the time. Previously I had advised him to install a better side entrance and a fingerprint door lock. Instead, he opted for a regular lock and key door which was obviously picked open by the intruders. I did not want to be the one who told him so but the day after the store was robbed he looked at me and said, "You were right, I should have installed that fingerprint door lock."
by FingerTec USA