How We Monitor and Secure Operations For Our Clients

By |2020-09-29T20:34:58+00:00Tuesday, September 15, 2020|Categories: Commercial Security, Fire Security, Home Automation, Home Security, Security Systems|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

How We Monitor and Secure Operations For Our Clients A security operations center (SOC) is a centralized unit that will handle all security problems and issues on an organizational level. A SOC will be equipped with a wide range of security features, including being equipped for access monitoring, as well as redundancy plans that failover to a secondary site without causing any interruptions in service. What are the benefits of a security operations center? There are a number of benefits associated with a security operations center. This includes the following: - Continual security - Threats [...]

Managing Remote Teams During a Crisis

By |2020-09-29T20:34:47+00:00Tuesday, September 15, 2020|Categories: Commercial Security, Fire Security, Home Security, News, Security Systems|Tags: , , , , , |

Managing Remote Teams During a Crisis Remote working is a trend that’s grown significantly in recent years, but the impact of COVID-19 means more people are working from home than ever before. While technology advances give us the infrastructure to operate from remote locations, effective leadership is essential when employees are physically distanced from one another. Furthermore, the COVID-19 pandemic means people and businesses are facing unprecedented challenges. Strong leadership is critical in times of crisis, so now is the time to bring your leadership qualities to the fore. To ensure your business thrives [...]

Fending Off Environmental Threats the Smart Way

By |2019-02-27T20:17:56+00:00Saturday, March 10, 2018|Categories: Home Security|Tags: , , |

It’s time to consider how many more frozen pipe scares and flood risks may be around the corner – and how integrating home control technology with your security systems may be able to help you defend your home against those threats.

What You Need To Know About Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

By |2019-05-28T19:29:05+00:00Wednesday, December 27, 2017|Categories: Home Security|Tags: , |

The Centers for Disease Control report that carbon monoxide (CO) gas is responsible for about 500 deaths and 15,000 emergency room visits every year. CO gas has no odor, no taste and is not visible.

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