In the present-day context, security has emerged as a matter of utmost significance, particularly for individuals and businesses striving to safeguard their assets and people. While conventional video surveillance systems have long been relied upon, they come with inherent limitations.
Security cameras can be stand-alone devices or part of a system depending upon the complexity of your security needs. In order to meet your security objectives, cameras (or signs saying cameras are present) must be visible and the cameras must be able to record, store and transmit footage (or be connected to recorder or system that can do so). And while your surveillance system can not only deter criminals, it can also keep employee theft in check as well. Just keep in mind that there are laws regulating the placement of cameras in the workplace. These vary by state, so contacting your state labor agency can be an important first step. An added perk to installing a surveillance system may be a discount on your office insurance premiums.