Business Security

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Business Security

DVR Security Cameras and Its Business Benefits

Posted: 29 Jul 2011 11:44 AM PDT

If you are a business owner and you are still looking for the best security camera that will suit your business, here are some tips to help you narrow down your search for these surveillance cameras. In order to make your search a lot easier, you should cite some of the advantages and the disadvantages of the camera. Also, see if the benefits will involve the business organization and its workers.

Top Considerations When Purchasing CCTV Security Cameras

Posted: 29 Jul 2011 11:02 AM PDT

Undeniably, there are a lot of businesses owners want to have a maximum security for their businesses but only in a low cost price. According to some studies, hiring a bunch of security staff for a business may just burden the business owner in paying for their total wage cost. But, fortunately, as the world progresses there are a lot of new innovations that may have possibly answered this business dilemma regarding security purposes of most people who are involved in the business sector.

How CCTV Cameras Have Evolved Over The Last 10 Years And The Factors That Have Driven The Changes

Posted: 29 Jul 2011 10:36 AM PDT

CCTV cameras, more commonly known as surveillance cameras, have seen some major changes in the last decade. This technology has been around since the late part of the 80s. Due to the changing needs of people and business, the CCTV industry has had no choice but to go with the flow and adapt to these ever growing needs. This article will discuss these changes and the different challenges faced which drove this need for improvements.

The Proper Steps To Take When Purchasing CCTV Security Cameras

Posted: 29 Jul 2011 09:26 AM PDT

CCTV security cameras offer another dimension for companies to serve both customers and internal staff. More and more companies are implementing this technology for several reasons, mainly because it is much cheaper than alternative methods. Before making an investment in any system, it's best to do some homework. This article will talk about the decisions that should be made when purchasing a CCTV camera.

Don't Let Your Store Fall Victim To Shrink

Posted: 29 Jul 2011 09:10 AM PDT

As a manger or owner of a thriving retail, grocery or drug store, it's always in the back of your mind - that nagging pain of knowing that every day you stand to lose 2% of your sales in what has infamously become known as "shrink." You do everything you can to hire good employees who you diligently train to be observant for signs of shoplifting, but at the end of the day, you can see the visible discrepancy between your point-of-sale receipts and your inventory. According to Brent Dirks, writing for "Security Products" magazine, the national retail industry saw...

Face Recognition Time Attendance: When Does This Machine Err?

Posted: 29 Jul 2011 08:51 AM PDT

Biometric face recognition time attendance system is an advanced application. There are certain conditions in which the application may fail to recognize accurately. Still, it is a reliable mechanism.

It's Not Just the Boardroom Where You Are Being Bugged

Posted: 29 Jul 2011 08:46 AM PDT

Quite sensibly, most of us would think that business related premises are where spies would plant bugging equipment to capture confidential conversations and infiltrate communication networks. Whilst corporate offices, boardrooms, internal telephone systems, mobile phones and computers are often targets of hostile surveillance, counter surveillance professionals are all too aware that eavesdroppers are spreading their net ever wider in order to capture valuable business secrets.

What Is an IP Camera?

Posted: 29 Jul 2011 07:42 AM PDT

If you have been looking into security for your home or office then you will have come across various different types of CCTV. You may well have heard a lot of jargon and technical talk and this will have included phrases such as 'IP CCTV'. But what does it all mean?

IP Camera Specs

Posted: 29 Jul 2011 07:28 AM PDT

An IP camera is a type of digital CCTV camera that requires no wires and which can transmit the information wirelessly. This means that it can also be viewed remotely, and because the information is digital it means it can be edited, sent and analyzed for such purposes as live streaming, e-mail and motion sensors. However an IP camera will vary in a number of different ways and choosing the precise specifications for the best performance is important.

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