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Articles in Category: Commercial Surveillance System

When it comes to your commercial surveillance system, do you know which features are most important to protecting your business? Explore the most essential options here.


5 Reasons to Embrace a Cloud-Based Surveillance Solution

Avoid the Many Pitfalls Associated with Commercial Video Surveillance

5 Reasons to Embrace a Cloud-Based Surveillance Solution

Are you still relying on physical storage for your commercial video surveillance? Spy movies have romanticized the idea of invaluable video evidence saved on a CD-ROM, floppy disk or, more recently, a USB drive. As the tension builds, evidence exchanges hands dangerously from person to person. Along the way, it falls into the wrong hands or simply falls and shatters—taking the valuable footage out with it. 

New cloud management systems are putting those poor screenwriters out of work. You can now easily share and store footage in your Austin, TX, business and leave the drama for the movie theater. A cloud management solution offers a much safer and more efficient approach in the following ways.

5 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Surveillance Cameras

Make Sure to Follow These Steps When Adding Commercial Surveillance

5 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Surveillance Cameras

How can you optimize your commercial surveillance system to protect your Rio Grande Valley, TX, property more efficiently? With so many camera options and features available, it can be challenging to figure out the best fit for your company. As you prepare to add security cameras to your space, the more information you have, the better you’ll be able to match your unique needs. While those vary from one area to another, it's essential to know the basics of a successful system. Once you have a good starting point, it will help you figure out which hardware and design make the most sense for you.