A smart business has a good product, hires qualified employees, and has a good marketing strategy. After all that effort to keep your business on top, who wants to lose hard-earned revenue? Now, you can learn how to keep your business safe with video surveillance. In addition to protecting against outside threats, video surveillance offers a number of advantages that can safeguard your assets. Check out some of the top reasons you should get quality video surveillance for your company:
Market research can be fascinating and is a great way to finally know what you don’t know. In other words, what are the aspects of your business and its customers that you have been overlooking? What is trending economically that your business can take advantage of? Whether you are doing primary market research that you compile on your own or using secondary market research from outside sources, there are a number of ways you can conduct your market research.
Checking the weather, or environmental monitoring, as it’s known in the surveillance industry, is more than just knowing what the temperature is outside. What’s happening in the air and on the ground can determine the safety of work conditions, the function of equipment, and the allocation of efforts.
Every year on the fourth Friday of November, millions of consumers flock to their favorite stores to score unbeatable deals on otherwise costly products. Unsurprisingly, Black Friday just so happens to have the highest theft rates of any other day of the year. Use these business security tips for Black Friday to protect your inventory and your business.
The time, energy, and money you’ve poured into your business is an investment you don’t want to risk losing. Security surveillance can help you protect your business investment from theft, vandalism, disaster, and more. Learn about IP hosting and how having a dedicated IP can help you store and access your security videos remotely and keep your business protected.
Every day all over the country, law enforcement officers are getting calls from scrap yard owners due to being robbed, or sold stolen scrap pieces. Scrap metal is a prime target for thieves looking to make a quick dollar. For example, in early 2017, $500,000 worth of scrap metal was stolen from various businesses in Cleveland, Ohio.
There’s no denying it, car theft is a major issue in America. In 2016 alone the FBI reported nearly $5.9 billion in losses from car thefts, with an average of $7,680 lost per theft from most stolen cars. Considering that most stolen cars are not cheap, it’s not surprising that thieves go after these high-ticket items. If you are a business owner with a lot of vehicles on your property or the owner of your own car dealership, you are probably concerned with the security of your property—and if you’re not, you should be.