About Me

Choosing To Invest In Security

When you own a business, you have two choices. You can either decide to invest money in replacing stolen goods, or to invest money in a nice security system. When I first started my business, I decided to ignore security measures altogether, which caused me to net a loss for the year. However, after a suggestion from my mentor, I decided that it might be wise to install a nice security system. You wouldn't believe how much better things got. Within a few weeks, theft was almost completely eliminated. My blog is all about helping you to tighten up security measures.


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Choosing To Invest In Security


Expanding Your Home Security With Home Technology

Whether you need motion sensors, security cameras, alert systems for local authorities, or a mixture of those technologies and many more, everything is becoming enhanced by compact computing and networking. Smart home automation makes a lot of the more tedious tasks around the home more manageable, but it can also give you unique control and customization options not available in past decades. Here are a few things you can do to enhance your home security features.

Alarm Fatigue: Why A Monitored Security System Is Better

If you're getting an alarm system installed at your business, two of the options you'll have are to get a system that is monitored remotely, and one that is not monitored but merely sounds an alarm. That second choice is likely to be cheaper, but it's also likely to not be as effective as one monitored live. This is because you can't count on neighbors to call in the alarm to police, especially if they've started experiencing alarm fatigue.