Security Systems Sample Clauses

Security Systems. The Service may not be compatible with security systems. You may be required to maintain a telephone connection through your local exchange carrier in order to use any alarm monitoring functions for any security system installed in your home or business. You are responsible for contacting the alarm monitoring company to test the compatibility of any alarm monitoring or security system with the Service.
Security Systems. The building shall have a fully operable security system with card readers at stairwell, selected interior doors and all selected perimeter door monitoring and alarm annunciation.
Security Systems. Through its Equipment and Services, Xxxxxx offers security systems that feature wireless sensors and cellular wireless backhaul communication for signaling alarms to those responsible for responding to the specific alarm (“Responders”). Xxxxxx shall monitor your system twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week. If a signal is received from the Equipment, Xxxxxx shall seek to create two-way voice communications by telephone with the “Responders” as designated on the Subscriber’s response information form. Panic Systems. Xxxxxx offers “Panic” alarms that circumvent dispatch verification calls and immediately dispatch Responders. Xxxxxx also offers Personal Alarm Pendants that Customer may wear; these allow Customer to make a “panic” call by pressing a button on the Pendant.
Security Systems. Landlord shall not be obligated to provide or maintain any security patrol or security system. However, if Landlord elects to provide such patrol or system in the Building or the Common Areas, the cost thereof shall be included in Operating Costs as defined in Section 3.4.1. Landlord shall not be responsible for the quality of any patrol or system which is presently or in the future provided in the Premises, Building or Project, or for damage or injury to Tenant, its employees, invitees or others due to the failure, action or inaction of such patrol or system.
Security Systems. The LANDLORD, at its sole discretion, determination, and option may enter into a contract or otherwise provide or make arrangement for the providing of a security system which may include security guards and/or electronic devices and/or a security guard gate and gate house. In the event that the LANDLORD elects to obtain such security system or systems, then the TENANT shall pay its proportionate share of the expense. The TENANT's proportionate share of the expense shall be determined by taking the total square footage of the TENANT's Demised Premises as a numerator and dividing that by the total square footage of the rentable area in the building served by that security system as the denominator, and then multiplying that by the annual cost of the service or system. The TENANT shall pay its proportionate share on a monthly basis together with its rental payment. The LANDLORD shall in no way be responsible for the performance of the obligations of the security guards, and the TENANT hereby releases the LANDLORD from any claims of any nature whatsoever in connection with the furnishing of security guard services. The TENANT further acknowledges that should said services be provided on a negligent basis, that its sole and exclusive remedy shall be to seek recovery against the security service company. Notwithstanding the above, TENANT shall have the right, subject to LANDLORD's prior written approval, to install a security system for the Premises at Tenant's sole cost; LANDLORD, however, will be provided access to the Premises as otherwise herein provided notwithstanding such security system. TENANT shall be permitted to remove the security system which it installs so long as such removal does not cause damage to the Premises.
Security Systems. If you have a centrally monitored security system, TVC will make reasonable efforts to wire the system to allow the operation of your existing security system; however, TVC cannot guarantee that any such system will be in complete operational order following the installation without a complete test to your central station. Therefore, it is strongly suggested and your obligation to contact your security system provider to inform them of a change in providers and to request a complete operational test of such system immediately following installation of the Voice Service. In addition, it is your responsibility to test your security system on a regular basis. In the event of power outage or network outage (whether unplanned or maintenance related) cable related Service, including any security system which uses the Voice Service to connect to central station monitoring, will not function. As set forth in Section 4, you may install an uninterruptible power system.
Security Systems a. Perimeter security systems
Security Systems. If you have an alarm system you may need to make arrangements with the security company for a code and password specifically for your Sitter to use. Keys for windows locks should be left with your Sitter.
Security Systems. Landlord hereby agrees that Tenant shall have the right to install a card key security system (“Tenant’s Security System”) to control access to the Premises and, so long as Tenant is the Sole Direct Tenant, to control access to the Building and Building Parking Facilities. Tenant’s Security Systems shall be subject to Landlord’s prior review and approval (not to be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed), and the installation thereof shall be deemed an Alteration and shall performed pursuant to Article 8 of this Lease, below. Tenant shall be solely responsible, at Tenant’s sole cost and expense, for the installation, monitoring, operation and removal of Tenant’s Security System. Tenant shall furnish Landlord with a copy of all key codes or access cards and Tenant shall ensure that Landlord shall have access to the Premises and the Building at all times. In no event shall Landlord be liable for, and Tenant shall defend, indemnify, and hold harmless Landlord and its representatives and agents from any claims, demands, liabilities, causes of action, suits, judgments, damages and expenses arising from, such system or the malfunctioning thereof in accordance with Tenant’s indemnity contained in Section 10.1 hereof.