Doorbell Security Cameras: New Technology That Is Ringing The Alarm And Improving Safety

Posted on: 26 October 2016

Are you concerned about the security of your property? Perhaps you are wondering if there is something you can do to make your current home security solution better. You have likely heard of doorbell security cameras. These are cameras that can be installed at the front or back door area of homes and businesses. They offer several benefits such as the following. View who is at your door from virtually anywhere.
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Three Must-Do Steps To Keep Your Trade Show Secure

Posted on: 21 October 2016

If you're planning a trade show event for your business, you need to consider the importance of security at the venue. After all, trade shows attract many people, so that makes them a security concern. Working with a security company will help you ensure that your employees, the other trade show participants and all of the guests are well protected and the building is safe. Here are some of the things you should consider as you're evaluating the property and building a trade show security plan.
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Beyond Patrolling, Your Security Guard Can Also Provide These Services

Posted on: 20 October 2016

When many business owners or managers think about hiring a security guard for their place of work, they think of having someone stationed near the front entrance to check the identification of people who visit the building and ensure that non-authorized people do not enter, while also patrolling the building. While a security guard can definitely perform these services for you, there are a number of other things that this licensed professional can do to make you, your employees, and your guests feel safer in the work environment.
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Ways To Avoid Being Locked Out Of Your Home

Posted on: 14 October 2016

Getting locked out of your home is no fun, and trying to gain access can result in costly damages to your doors or windows. Yet, there are things you can do to avoid the inconvenience of a lockout without climbing through an unlocked window. Here are a few of them: Hide a key under a rock. Having a spare key can certainly help you maintain access to your home, even if you have misplaced your primary key.
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