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Security Camera Systems and Video Surveillance

Installing security cameras is a great way for you as a business owner to get peace of mind, knowing that your business premises are secure. Home owners have also started considering video camera systems to protect their homes, family and belongings.

No matter how bullet proof your business procedures are there is always something else that can be done to make your company more secure. Nowadays, security and liability is an issue that's on the agenda of every small and medium size business owner.

You have to start with find a camera system that works best for your company and addresses your most critical security areas. The installation of a security camera systems can be as complex or as simple as you make it. The right security system can increase your efficiency, enhance the safety of your customers and staff and reduce theft losses.

Benefits of Installing Security Cameras

The most widely used application of cameras is to monitor your business premises for theft and other forms of criminal activity. Depending on the kind and size of the business you own, the savings you realize from theft reduction alone can more than pay for the cost of your camera system and monitoring expenses.

However, the benefits of security cameras do not stop at just keeping track of shoplifters. Exterior cameras can monitor the parking lot and the outside areas providing evidence for accident claims. Some of the interior cameras can be positioned on the cash registers to keep an eye on employee performance or root out suspected employee fraud. In some cases, the installation of a security camera system can even reduce your insurance premiums.

Surveillance Video Camera Solutions

You have a lot of options when it comes to choosing the right system for your business, because of their wide range of complexity. The most basic system includes a single stationary camera, a monitor, and a recording device. But most small businesses will require something more advanced than a single camera system. To address all of your security issues, you'll probably need to employ multiple cameras capable of being live monitored and recorded to a digital video recorder. Depending on the size of the space being monitored, you may also want to consider a Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) camera with remote scanning capabilities.

Some cameras can also be equipped with motion detectors that turn the system on only when there is activity and lie dormant when there is no movement at their surveillance area. Similarly, cameras can be upgraded to record in low light conditions or disguised to blend in with your business environment.

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