Medeco's CLIQ Web Manager

Medeco's CLIQ Web Manager

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Salem, Va. (July 18, 2012) – At ASIS 2012, Medeco High Security Locks, an ASSA ABOY company, will showcase its Logic and M3 Logic Web Hosting Solutions. CLIQ Web Manager adds to the security and flexibility of Medeco eCylinder applications by allowing key system administrators to remotely program Logic and M3 Logic keys from any location in the world using this web-based software. Administrators are no longer required to physically visit a door or have possession of a key to make changes to access rights or capture audit information, which can now be sent to or retrieved from the key via an IP Remote Wall Programming Device.

The Remote Wall Programming Devices (PDs) are available in both Logic and M3 Logic keyways and can be located anywhere in the world. This device enables administrators of web hosted systems to program keys, schedule timely key expirations and audit key use without having to recall keys from key holders. With a Power Over Ethernet (PoE) connection, the Remote Wall Programming Devices communicate with the secure web server to retrieve access rights and upload audit information. The Remote Wall PDs are adaptable to standard power connections, where PoE is not available, to work with a standard internet connection.

“Security Management Administrators may now program eCylinder keys from anywhere, anytime,” said Joseph Kingma, Director of eCylinder Business Development. “This new functionality is evidence of Medeco’s commitment to support the growing trend of companies requiring cloud-based software solutions.”

According to Kingma, Remote Programming is ideal for installations that span large geographic areas or where access to keys or openings may be inconvenient.

For more information, visit Medeco’s booth #1708 at ASIS or visit www.medeco.com.

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