The big holiday shopping season may be over, but as the number of people choosing to shop for almost anything online is still increasing everyday. And the chances are you (and your family) will do a lot more online ordering…
One day last October large numbers of the US’ favorite Internet sites went dark; Spotify, Reddit, Airbnb, Etsy and even Twitter went down, victims of a huge DDOS attack.
This is, unfortunately, not that unusual, it happens with increasing frequency. What was different however was that when the tech ‘post-mortem’ on the situation was completed it was reported that the hackers had used the Internet of Things to wreak their havoc.
It’s far from unusual these days for companies to install CCTV systems both inside and outside their premises. Thanks to huge advances in CCTV technology over the last decade or so, doing so has become both easier and more affordable.
Surveillance cameras are sometimes called IP cameras or CCTV cameras. Whether it is wired or wireless, a visible surveillance camera can act as a deterrent to potential intruders and you can use it to keep an eye on events occurring in your home. You can also record footage from your camera and save it for viewing at a later point.
Fiber-optics is one of those things that sounds high tech. Most people, in fact, would likely agree it sounds a little too high tech for something as relatively simple as a home data or cable television connection.
When it comes to deciding whether or not to equip your business with a CCTV surveillance system, it should be a no-brainer because these systems can provide many benefits. Here are some of the top benefits of using security cameras…