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How to Protect your Business with Fewer Cameras

How to Protect your Business with Fewer Cameras

Protection of your business is important, but with traditional technology, it can take a great number of cameras to provide coverage of all of the important areas of your business.  With newer HD IP technology, you can combine wide angle lenses with HD image sensors to still get distinguishing characteristics while covering a wide field of view.

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Caught on Video - CC Thieves Install Card Skimmer in Seconds

Caught on Video - CC Thieves Install Card Skimmer in Seconds

It only takes a few seconds for the good name of your business by stealing from all of your clients.  Adequate video coverage can help you save your good name and bring the perpetrators to justice.

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Replace Your Worn Out Security Camera Cables

Replace Your Worn Out Security Camera Cables

Many pre-boxed security camera systems from Lorex, Q-See, NightOwl and more come with very cheap camera cables, these cables are smaller so that they will fit easily in the box and lightweight so that the shipping weight will not increase the cost of freight significantly.  However, this means that these cables might not hold up as well with electro-magnetic interference, moisture, rain, wind and more.  For this reason, many people who have installed these camera systems soon experience failure.  Selecting a quality replacement cable can make your system last a great deal longer for many years of continued use.

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Schools need cameras - Children have underdeveloped decision-making skills

Schools need cameras - Children have underdeveloped decision-making skills

School vandalisms are a given, they will always occur because of the fact that teens and children do not have a developed sense of morality or decision-making skills.  Therefore, coverage with security cameras is needed to help deter, capture and hopefully teach a lesson to the offenders so that next time they may be able to make better decisions logically.

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How do I connect IP cameras

How do I connect IP cameras

When it comes to connecting IP cameras, there are many different ways to connect them, here we look at several of the most popular methods of configuring IP cameras and discuss why they are connected that way.  Physical connection and security of the IP cameras must be a consideration when you are considering connecting these cameras to your home or business internet connection.

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Chicagoland Police Want Your Help with Security Camera Footage

Chicagoland Police Want Your Help with Security Camera Footage

Police departments have noted, and gone on record that security cameras lead to more arrests and convictions than fingerprints and DNA, so they are now beginning to ask people to register their systems with the departments, so that they at least know there may be some video when something occurs nearby.  While some departments are extending a bit further and asking for remote access to cameras, the majority just want to build a map showing where the cameras are located.  But is your camera system ready for that?  Are You?

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Replace your old or inadequate cameras

Replace your old or inadequate cameras

Many pre-boxed systems from Q-See, Lorex, NightOwl and others come with cameras that may not perform as well as you intended initially.  These systems may be cheap, but they often don't provide the best quality recording.  We have several cameras that can be used to improve the quality and recording of your system with minimal work and cost.

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Should I use a Hidden Camera? - The real effect on your business

Should I use a Hidden Camera? - The real effect on your business

We get this question all the time from customers, and from others they think that they know which way to go.  But there are a few things to consider when you are thinking of going with security cameras for your home or business.

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Security Flaw found that affects millions of DVRs

Security Flaw found that affects millions of DVRs

Another security flaw found in pre-packaged security camera systems from Qsee, Lorex and many more.  This new flaw - a backdoor password that allows anyone access to your cameras.  At least they hid the password, which cannot be changed in an obscure place...right in the online manual for the DVR.  Good job guys.  For you, might be time to rethink your approach to securing your facility.

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How to Choose a Security Camera Recorder - AVM

How to Choose a Security Camera Recorder - AVM

With so many options out there for recording from security cameras, how do you decide what is important to focus on? A quick look at what you should look for when selecting a security camera system for your home or business.

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