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Calvary Chapel Chooses CyberLock to Secure Campus

Challenged with raising the level of security across a large campus in Costa Mesa, California, Calvary Chapel has chosen the CyberLock System saying it was versatile and cost-effective. They now have several hundred CyberLocks installed in their school classrooms, computer rooms, lab areas, staff offices, the sanctuary, two gymnasiums, and a warehouse.

John Jackson, Calvary Chapel Facilities Manager, says, "CyberLock was so easy to implement and manage even at the early stage that the church board agreed to expand the system to other areas of the campus." They continue to grow the system, buying 100 locks and keys at a time and installing them in new areas.

"CyberLock has literally erased the threat of missing keys in circulation," says Jackson. With CyberLock, Calvary Chapel can respond quickly when a key is lost, and no longer faces the expense of re-keying facilities. The audit trail from the locks and keys helps them investigate any unusual situation. Because each key is programmed to the needs of a specific person's job, there is tighter control of overall access.

"We are very pleased with how CyberLock helps us manage the large amount of traffic through our buildings," affirms Jackson.

For more information about CyberLock products, stop by Videx booth #1837 at WFX, November 6-7, or contact Videx by phone at (541) 758-0521, by fax at (541) 752-5285, by email at sales@videx.com, or visit our web site at: www.videx.com.

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