Prime’s Release of the New Company Business Units

As our organization prepared for 2020, we marveled at the growth of Prime Communications. We are grateful you have placed your trust in us and have been a key component of our success. Though we started from humble beginnings in 2001, today we offer more than cabling installs or physical security–we continuously strive to provide better products, services and expertise to keep you connected and protected.

In our preparations, we further realized that clarity matters. We felt that you, our clients, deserved the opportunity to better distinguish who Prime is, and that you should have a simplified experience for connecting with the Prime staff and services that currently serve your organization.

With those thoughts in mind, we are proud to announce the establishment of Prime Communications’ four new business units: Prime Connected, Prime Deployed, Prime Secured and Prime Managed.

When visiting our revitalized website, you will be greeted by the selection of which Prime service offering you are seeking: Prime Connected for structured cabling. Prime Deployed for medical equipment installs. Prime Secured for physical security. Prime Managed for Network Solutions. You will then be directed to the respective business unit’s webpage for a personalized and simplified experience.

Furthermore, we encourage you to follow our new affiliated pages for the business units on LinkedIn, which can be found in the right-hand margin of Prime Communications’ LinkedIn Page. It is our hope that you can now consume Prime social content that best fits your needs and expertise.

It is our sincere honor to serve you and your organization every day. If you have any questions regarding Prime Communications’ business units, please contact your sales representative


COVID-19 Update: Message from Prime Communications CEO

Dear Partners,

I would like to share an update on what Prime Communications is doing today to keep our community safe and operations moving, as well as specific steps we‘re taking to continue to deliver the solutions your business relies on.

We are closely watching the developments around COVID-19. While the situation is uncertain and quickly changing, we are working to assure the well being of our employees, company, community and you, our customer

Prime’s Business Continuity Update

Employees Working Remotely

Our teams are well equipped to perform their job functions remotely through our proactive measures by providing remote workstations, softphone capabilities, VPN access, internet bandwidth, and access to required applications for colleagues.

Limited Travel

We have eliminated all unnecessary travel and have either rescheduled face to face meetings or have conducted virtual meetings instead. As we continue to operate the business, we’ve taken action in our dispatching to avoid sending employees to areas that are designated quarantine or containment zones as designated by the CDC or local health authorities. We will continue to work in all other areas as usual.

The health and safety of our colleagues, their families, and our communities are the highest priority. We are encouraging everyone to follow the preventive measures recommended by the CDC to stay healthy and slow the spread of the virus, including:

  • Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • No handshakes
  • Minimize large group meeting
  • If you are feeling sick or one of your family members has become sick stay home or work remotely if possible
  • Essential travel only
  • Follow CDC guidelines

Prime Communications is well-positioned and prepared to work through this pandemic. As we execute this plan and work through these unprecedented times, we ask for your patience. We will continue to communicate often of any updates and other measures we’re taking as the situation progresses.

If you have specific questions on how this situation may affect your service please reach out to your account manager, email us at sales@primecominc.com or call us at 402-289-4126.

Thank you,

Brian Kenkel
CEO
Prime Communications, INC.


How Cloud-Based SD-Branch Technology Will Help Multi-Site Enterprises Streamline Networking & Reduce Costs

The popularity of legacy WAN (wide area network) systems are waning. Businesses are increasing traffic over connections, causing bandwidth issues. The amount of data transferred over WAN requires a large, expensive pipeline. WAN can be costly because of the robust equipment requirements at each remote location. Furthermore, networking personnel must be onsite for complex, time-consuming, installation and maintenance. As technology advances, WAN legacy systems are becoming outdated, and add-ons aren’t always as successful as we wish they were.

These factors are particularly challenging in an era when companies have a growing need for rapid deployments. Enter software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN), a cloud-based technology that has been a boon for businesses with multiple sites or locations.


The Key Differences Between Unified Security and Integrated Security

The inception of electronic security systems began in a world of card access and analog CCTV deployments, where the system operations, although straightforward, were fragmented and siloed. There were one set of monitors for video surveillance, another for card access and so on down the line depending on the complexity of the security solution. IT departments were smaller, and typically the equipment provider was heavily relied upon for service and support.


Facial Recognition Software is Not as Scary as You Think

It’s amazing how many imagined technologies from old science fiction books and movies are becoming realities these days. Recently, one of these “future-world” technologies exploded into tangible present-day prominence: facial recognition. As intriguing as the technology is, there is definitely controversy centered around facial recognition preventing many from taking advantage of its benefits for crime mitigation. In some cases, hesitation to utilize facial recognition could potentially cost lives. The purpose of this writing is to provide reassurance and guidance to those considering a facial recognition solution, and by doing so provide you with information to help you to move forward with confidence.

In this article, we would like to dispel a few myths surrounding security-based facial recognition software and increase your knowledge in this reliable and safe technology.