Benefits of High-Definition Transport Video Interface in Retail Facilities

Posted on: 24 November 2020

The security of a retail facility should never be underestimated. Just because you have 24-hour security personnel posted around the property does not make it burglarproof. Thus, businesses often prefer to install closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras for round-the-clock facility monitoring. However, different types of CCTV cameras exist, and they range from analog systems, the cheapest, to internet protocol (IP) cameras — the most expensive. What if you want high-quality video surveillance without breaking the bank? [Read More]

Integrating Mass Notification With Your CCCTV Systems: Is It a Worthwhile Investment?

Posted on: 28 May 2019

CCTV systems provide surveillance and alarm notifications in the event of a threat. But as useful as surveillance is to your business, you also need to develop an effective communication channel that will inform people of an active threat. Think of communication as the next step you need to follow after detecting something in your surveillance cameras. For example, if your CCTV cameras detect armed robbers walking through your business front doors, you need a way of alerting both employees and customers in the quickest way possible. [Read More]

Secure and Safe: The Three Points of Business Security

Posted on: 2 August 2018

Security is important for any business, but it's especially so for smaller, independent companies that would struggle to shoulder the weight of a break-in. In light of that, it's important that you invest a significant amount of money into security for your business premises. Without it, anything that you work hard to build on site is at risk — and that's a concern that no business owner should feel. Here are the three areas of business security you should definitely be covering. [Read More]

Safety Net: Are IP CCTV Cameras The Right Choice For Securing Your Home?

Posted on: 3 January 2018

In days gone by, the most advanced home security system the average homeowner could acquire was a big dog and a big gun. Fortunately, technology marches on, and sophisticated CCTV camera systems that were once limited to protecting large-scale industrial, commercial and governmental properties are now well within the reach of most homeowners. The march of technology hasn't just made CCTV systems more accessible, however; it has also increased their functionality massively, and one of the newest and most effective additions to the field of CCTV cameras is the so-called internet protocol camera, commonly referred to as an IP camera. [Read More]