Are you in the planning phase for your company’s new security system or looking to upgrade your current security cameras? With budget constraints and the significant investment of time and money to install a security camera system, you’ll want to make sure that you understand all of the options for your system and that your selections fit the needs of your business. Here are a few important considerations for your new security system.
Talk to your business insurance provider before you install your new system. Many insurance companies offer discounts or rebate programs for clients that install compliant security camera systems on their premises. Ask your agent for a copy of the requirements and provide a copy to during your security camera consultation.
Our free one-hour site visit and consultation is the ideal opportunity for you to discuss your concerns with our camera security experts. You can even invite your agent to the consultation to discuss any specific questions with our experts. We can review your insurance company’s requirements and ensure that your new system is compliant with their specifications while keeping your project on budget.
With many options for camera types available, you’ll want to do some research to get a basic understanding of the type of cameras you may be interested in. If you’re monitoring a lot of vehicle traffic on your property, you may be interested in cameras that offer license plate recognition or motorized zoom capabilities. For traditional retail operations, fisheye and pan-tilt-zoom cameras are always a popular choice.
Do you need 24/7 monitoring of your entire operation? Do you have rooms or areas that only need to be monitored when someone enters them? We offer 24/7 monitoring and motion recording options to help fit your business needs.
For construction sites with expensive equipment where employees may frequently work with little supervision, remote viewing gives you the opportunity to keep an eye on the security of these sites from your mobile device or while sitting at your desktop. Since remote viewing requires a high-quality and reliable internet connection, our security consultants can help you review your internet speed to establish the remote connection you need.
Does your industry have specific requirements for surveillance video storage? Storage requirements can vary depending on your business functions, the types of products you sell, the state you operate in, industry regulations, and your insurance company requirements – with 30 to 90 days being fairly standard. Some industries may require as much as one full year of general storage and up to five or more years retention of specific security incidents.
Workers’ compensation, OSHA incidents, and theft or vandalism investigations are just a few reasons why your company may need store video long-term. Camera Security Now can offer an informed recommendation on the RAID storage solution that best meets your application and budgetary needs.
For everyday needs, DVRs and NVRs are an excellent option for high-capacity storage options. External hard drives provide simple backup options for your video storage that can be kept offsite, ensuring that your business is covered in the event of a system failure or natural disaster.
If you have massive storage needs and an ultra-high speed internet connection, Cloud storage options can provide the most secure storage backup options for your business.
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No matter the specific needs of your security camera system, we can work with you to find a solution that lets you get the security your business needs while meeting all of the specs and budget constraints of your project.
If you’re looking a one-stop shop for your security camera needs, look no further than the experienced professionals at Camera Security Now. Our camera service installation professionals deliver the camera solutions that your company needs, helping you ensure the security of your business, employees, and customers. To find out how easy it is to keep your company secure, request a quote today.
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