You’ve invested a lot of time, effort and money into your business, so we know that keeping it safe is a priority.
It’s easy to think that crime will never happen to you, but in reality, you never know what can happen, and it’s best to be prepared. Don’t take the risk of being vulnerable in your security- it’s time to start thinking of surveillance options. In order to protect your stores or office space, as well as the valuables they contain, you might want to consider installing video surveillance equipment that will allow you to record the happenings outside and inside of your business.
Technology has made surveillance systems easy-to-use and monitor by tablet, smartphone or laptop. There are a multitude of options available depending on your needs and wants including a wide array of cameras, features and networks (wireless, indoor/outdoor colour, dome, digital, analog, transit, IP-networked, infrared, thermal and mobile cameras), digital video recorders (DVRs), recording software, and hardware.
With a.p.i. Alarm Inc., you have the ability to livestream your business premises whether you are in or out of office. Not only will this help to prevent break-ins and thefts, it will help you to feel confident in the safety level of your space and the quality of work being provided by your employees.
It’s safe to assume that nobody looking to break into a business wants to get caught,and will likely reconsider their decision if they know they are being watched. A robust surveillance system is also beneficial for preventing scams, workplace malpractice, and will help to protect your most valuable assets: your employees.
So what are some of the best surveillance options for your business?
- Indoor/Outdoor Colour Cameras– depending on your business needs and the size of the area you need to monitor, you can set up a single camera or multiple cameras that you will be able to access a live feed to. This is especially helpful for companies who have security teams monitoring footage in an attempt to stop any wrongdoings as they happen.
- Digital Video Recorders (DVRs)– These are devices or or software that records the video coming from your camera in a digital format. This is especially helpful to monitor the daily ongoings of your employees, as well as to collect footage for later training purposes.
- CCTV system– If any suspicious activity happens on your business premises with a CCTV system in place, dispatchers are able to check the camera system to verify the alarm. This will allow for quicker response times from help agencies like police or fire departments.
To learn more about how you can protect your business, call the a.p.i. Alarm Inc. team at 1 800 897 1039. With 24-hour monitoring available to continuously check your premises, we can help you solve your safety worries in no time.