Campus Security Moves To The Cloud

Traditionally, school video surveillance security consisted of a few low quality analog cameras, connected to a DVR, watching exterior areas and hallways.  As is the case with analog cameras, the video quality was poor and the recorded video required an onsite visit to view footage. Read more

Remote Video Camera Monitoring is Big Business in South Texas

Video Camera Monitoring

What good is a video surveillance camera if no one is watching it? This is a common question asked by business owners, managers and security directors. Traditionally, video surveillance systems provide a recorded image history and that’s about it. This does little to help companies protect themselves in “real time”, as the crime is occurring at their facility. That’s all changing…..and fast! Read more

The Effect of Video Surveillance Systems on Insurance Premiums

When it comes to protecting your business property, a video surveillance system is not only a sound investment, but can also be a great way to save on your insurance premiums. Installing a commercial security system that includes video can drastically reduce the risk that your insurance company assumes when they issue a policy to your business. As insurance rates are based on risk, alleviating some of the risk of carrying your policy can mean tremendous savings on your insurance premiums.

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