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With all the jargon surrounding security cameras, choosing the right type for your home or business can be confusing. One of the most fundamental choices you’ll have to make – and one that most confuses consumers is whether to choose an IP camera or a CCTV camera.
So, you’ve decided it’s finally time to install a security system in your home or business. But now, you’ve found you have a fresh conundrum: deciding which type of security system you actually need. With so many types of security systems out there, and so many overlapping names and categories, it’s totally understandable that consumers can get a little lost.
When security cameras were first released to the public, they cost so much that they were out of reach for everyone but the largest businesses and the wealthiest individuals. Today, advancements in technology have brought the price of surveillance equipment down to the point where everyone can afford to install them to better secure their home or business.
As technology advances, it provides more ways of making our lives easier and more convenient – fortunately, this also applies to how we secure our homes and businesses.
Security is one of the most pressing and consistent concerns for owners of commercial buildings. Whether you have an office building, warehouse, workshop, apartment, or multi-building facility, you’re responsible for protecting the premises and the people within it from harm. As a result, you need to be proactive about preventing criminal acts like burglary, vandalism, theft, and even loitering from taking place in and around your building.
While many business owners are content to keep their premises safe with security cameras and alarm systems, others desire security measures that offer a more immediate response. Fortunately, this is where security patrolling comes in.
Security patrols offer an on-site presence that provides greater protection of your premises and ensures a trained security professional will be there in the event of a break-in or similar event that poses a threat to your employees and valuable assets.
All too often, people are reluctant to improve their home security if it’s a rental.
There are two main reasons for this: On one hand, they feel that it’s their landlord’s responsibility to provide security measures and, consequently, are happy to rely on whatever’s in place when they moved in. Alternatively, they could be unsure how long they’re going to live at that particular premises, so they have less incentive to invest in better home security.
In 2020, 134,000 residential burglaries were reported. Putting aside the costs associated, this doesn’t factor in the feelings of anger and vulnerability of having your home broken into – on which you can’t attach an amount. Fortunately, the vast majority of these break-ins can be prevented, and it only requires a few simple adjustments to how you approach your home security.
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