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Site Management Principles

Site (Control Room) Management

The number of sites created in Command 360 should correlate to the number of control rooms within a facility. If an organization has offices in five geographic locations, but only two of those locations have control rooms, only two sites are needed. A single site may also contain more than one room. This is common when a control room is associated with meeting rooms also powered by Command 360.


All systems require one Root Site to which rooms, resources, and activities are associated. The root site propagates global settings to any additional sites.

Sites aren’t contained within other sites; it is not necessary to create an additional 'administrative' site for navigational purposes. For example, if two sites were created for control rooms in Montreal and Atlanta, there's no need for a third site called North America to give users access to both. The Montreal and Atlanta sites have dedicated user interfaces and can navigate directly between each other. Users only see content which correlates to designated roles and permissions.

Site Functions

Sites perform two primary functions:

  • Administer user access
  • Group rooms together, much like folders group related files.

Multiple Sites

When should a site be added to an organization's Command 360 ecosystem?

As described above, sites facilitate content management in relation to the physical locations of control rooms and user bases. Consider the following scenario: If an organization's operation team and executive staff both use a conference room display and a lobby video wall for various activities, a single site can manage content for both. If, at a later date, the decision is made to limit lobby content to executive staff presentations, a second site is created to distinguish the two physical locations utilized by two distinct user bases.

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