Safe, Sane and Cost-Effective: Using Video for Secure Property Management

As of January 2018, all U.S. residential properties had a combined worth of $31.8 trillion. That's a $2-trillion increase from the year before. For comparison, $31.8 trillion is about 65 times of Walmart's revenues of $485.30 billion. It's about 15 times the revenues of the...

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7 Reasons Why You Need a Commercial Security System for Your Business

Across the country, theft is costing companies more than $60 billion every year in lost profits and inventory costs. When employee theft is the issue, you have to factor in the cost of retraining and losing employees. With a commercial security in place, many of these losses will...

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Mobile Video Guard Units

Have you seen our Mobile Video Guard Units in Action? Below is a quick two minute video that shows several of our systems deployed at sites.  There are also some clips of the mobile app as well as what the warning message sounds like.   Our portable...

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The Importance of Physical Security in the Workplace

Every business wants to protect its assets. The most effective way is by monitoring what comes in and what goes out. Online security is beneficial in that it secures a company's online data. However, physical security takes securing data a leap forward--protecting the location where...

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Tips for Putting Together the Perfect Security Surveillance System for Your Storage Yard

Tips for Putting Together the Perfect Security Surveillance System for Your Storage Yard In the US, there are about 2.5 million cases of burglary every year. Most of these cases occur during the day in buildings that do not have a security system. As such, you have every...

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3 Ways to Protect Appliances from Home Construction Site Theft

If your new house is under construction or going through a remodel, your home construction site is at risk for theft. Construction site theft often involves appliances. This can result in higher insurance, appliance and labor costs—not to mention the uneasiness you will feel...

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The Real Cost of Construction Site Theft

The Real Cost of Construction Site Theft As a construction manager, your top two priorities on any job are the safety of your people and the safety of your site. Whether you’re a seasoned vet or a rookie in the field of construction management, two...

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Construction Site Security is Essential

Every year, theft costs construction companies millions of dollars. Thieves may target construction equipment, tools or building materials. These items are often resold. Vandalism is another concern for construction site managers. Construction sites are typically wide open with little to no security. With the high...

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4 Ways to Protect Your Construction Site from Fires

4 Ways to Protect Your Construction Site from Fires Construction workers, and those required to visit construction sites, are familiar with the many ways project managers strive to keep everyone safe on site. Precautions like protective gear, emergency exit routes and communication procedures are common...

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Event Security 101

Event Security 101 Many of us spend days or weeks looking forward to special events like music festivals, county fairs, or outdoor concerts. It is easy to forget the amount of detailed planning that goes into making an event both memorable and safe. Large events,...

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