What the Ray Rice Video Teaches about Commercial Security…A picture is worth a thousand words. In today’s words, a video is worth ten thousand words! It was one thing to hear that Ray Rice committed domestic violence; it another thing to actually see the domestic violence on video. The video has created a fire storm across the country.
With technology advancements in cell phone cameras and security cameras in almost every aspect of our lives, video has become the new “witness.”
How does this impact your security as a small business owner?
Small Business Owners and Video Surenillance
A small business owner cannot watch their business 24 hours a day. They could hire security guards. This is a very expensive option. Business security cameras are a more effective option. With today’s technology, these cameras have become very sophisticated and security effective.
You can install these cameras in your office, your parking lot, your warehouse, or anywhere you want to watch for security issues. Wireless options make it even easier to have cameras that see when you are not present. Streaming technology makes them easier to view the video and store the video data.
Criminals are not stupid! More and more they realize that video cameras can be used to apprehend them. The notification of cameras on your premise can act as a deterrent to break-ins and other security breaches. If someone does breach your business, the police can use the videos from the cameras to apprehend the criminals more quickly.
Cameras and videos are the now part of every aspect of our lives. If you would like us to give you an assessment and demonstration on how video cameras can provide security for your business, give us a call. It is only a matter of time before cameras in the work place will be the common security devise as locks were in the past.