Alarm_com_Atlanta cloud-based access control
Smarter Access Control
Alarm.com’s cloud-based access control combines intuitive user management with a seamless alarm and video integration. Whether you’re a small business with one door or a large multi-location operation with hundreds of doors, we’ve got you covered.
Simplified access management
Add or remove access users and cards in seconds from either the Alarm.com mobile app or website. Bulk-add hundreds of users at once or set cards to automatically deactivate on a certain date in real time.
Mobile lock control
Lock, unlock, and buzz doors open from anywhere using the mobile app or website. Easily add and revoke mobile lock control permissions to ensure your property is secure and the right people have access when they need it.
Automation rules, schedules, and alerts
Reduce false alarms with flexible automation rules and schedules. Automatically disarm the alarm when the first employee badges in for the day and have them double tap their card to arm on the way out the door.
Seamlessly integrated video
Jump straight from an access history event to the corresponding video with one tap. Receive video doorbell calls and buzz open the door right from the video call screen to let someone in remotely.
Multiple locations. One view.
Our Enterprise dashboard makes it easy to scale the energy-saving benefits of Alarm.com across tens, hundreds or thousands of business locations.
The all-in-one solution for intrusion detection, access, video and more.
Alarm.com essential systems communicate and work together, resulting in more insight and control with less onsite infrastructure to maintain. Our cloud-based technology and intuitive interfaces make managing your business easier and smarter.
Arm or disarm your security panel, cancel false alarms and manage employee user codes.
Ditch the DVR. View live and recorded video. Share footage as easily as sending a text.
Stop worrying about keys. Use your phone to lock and unlock doors from anywhere.
Control your thermostats and get alerts if temperature-sensitive areas are compromised