You’re missing out if you don’t use smart security systems

smart security systems

The development of technology has had a drastic impact on our lives. Whilst in some instances we’ve only had to modify existing ways to new technology, other times technology has defined the way things are done.

Generally, technological innovations have been positive; they’ve aided our lives and redefined our concept of comfort, efficiency and security to new impressive heights.

The definition of security today, as per the equipment needed to guarantee security, greatly varies from what it was in the not too distant past.

In the darkness of the past, security was about macho guards and dogs (with their resultant costs), today, security is about smart security systems and devices like spy and surveillance security camera equipment.

In order to understand, analyze and appreciate the concept of security today, let’s take a look at 5 of the most common security devices used in homes and offices.

  • Alarm Systems

These were one of the first junctions on our migration to smart security. They have not only saved lives and properties from burglars, but also from fires, air pollution and more. Many alarm systems, today, are fitted with motion detectors, glass break detectors, and with security internet protocol (IP) cameras.  Majority of them are also connected (through the internet) to their owners and security forces, whom they alert, when they are triggered.

  • CCTV & IP Surveillance Cameras

Some decades ago, it would have been absurd for security officers to crowd a little room referred to as ‘Control Room’, in order to secure a place. Even more unbelievable is the fact that today you can track what is going on in your property 24-7, even from another continent.

Security surveillance cameras rank as one of the most effective ways of securing any place today. This device has also seen its share of improvement; with the development of better microphones, motion detectors in cameras, internet protocol (IP) surveillance cameras, clever hidden cameras and many other such notable improvements still happening today.

  • Storage



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Businesses operate on the back bone of a secure and accessible archive. This is why storage has been one of the most important aspects of all businesses. In the past, files were stored in folders, which sooner or later filled a room and made searching for documents simply daunting.

However, in our electronic age, data is digitized. This has been one of the most far reaching advancement for businesses in the 21st century. Digitizing data doesn’t only make it more secure and accessible but also saves time and space.

Today, with the development of cloud storage, files are not only more secure but can accessed literally from anywhere, thereby increasing productivity.

  • Global Positioning Systems (GPS)

Satellites provide us the exact location of a car, person or item, provided a GPS device is attached to the subject. This device represents a height of science (provided we categorize the mystics in another field of ‘science’).

With these gadgets it’s possible, and alarmingly easy, for companies and individuals to track their properties.

  • Finger Print & Password-Operated Locks

The security of precious items; gold, money, etc has always been a difficult issue. The use of finger prints has added a great barrier to our security fences. In the same light password-operated locks have brought equal security and assurance to employers and other individuals.

The most important aspect of these gadgets is their high level security, which is specifically built to keep unwanted persons out.   Security today is more thoughtful due to many eras of innovation and re-innovation.

Most importantly, it’s possible today to purchase cheap home and office security products from the comfort of your home.


SmartFoxSecurity

It breaks my heart to see people robbed of their hard-earned money and properties that took years of hard labor to acquire. So, I designed SmartFoxSecurity.Com to educate people on how they can protect their valuables by using video surveillance systems.

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