Most of us know about taking precautions with our technical devices. Using hard to crack passwords, the most up-to-date antivirus software, hard-hitting firewalls, and additional software security tools may give you a sense of security and keep your business safe from hackers and other villains intent on pinching data or unleashing havoc on your PC via the Internet.
In spite of this, such protections are virtually futile when it comes to protecting your tangible assets from out-and-out theft. The protections won’t alert you when someone has broken your window or forced open your lock and is now helping themselves inside your home, business, office, warehouse, or store, stealing you blind!
An alarm system seems like a reasonable idea; however, you can’t activate your device during business hours or when you are in your home prior to something happening. It’s like putting the cart before the horse. If you need to scrutinize a location in real-time and if you need to record what’s going on when you don’t have the time to fool around staring at a monitor, a video surveillance system is the perfect option.