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5+ Reasons Why Your Business Needs Security Cameras

Every 12 seconds in the United States, on average, there is a burglary. Burglaries in the U.S. lead to over $3.4 billion in property and personal loss annually, according to crime statistics from the FBI. The best deterrent for burglary is equipping your business with a security system, which can range in cost and performance …

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Bureau of Workers Compensation Grants for Schools

BWC Grants: Not Just for Workers’ Comp

While the primary focus of the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) is protecting Ohio’s workers and advocating for them when they’ve been injured on the job, the BWC also understands that safety and security are equally important in preventing injuries in Ohio’s schools. With the goal of reducing and eliminating injuries and illnesses that …

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Warehouse Security Checklist

Warehouses have a lot at stake — smuggling, theft, and terrorist activity all pose potential risks — and can threaten your business’ financial and legal well-being. This is why warehouse owners are usually known for their tight security practices. Because warehouses are busy operations, day-to-day logistical issues can often take up a lot of time. …

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Pan Tilt Zoom for construction

Are PTZ Cameras Right for Your Business?

In the world of security camera systems, few cameras offer as many options and features as the Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) camera. With the ability to monitor large areas with ease, zoom in on events in real time, and fully remote control options, PTZ cameras are a popular and viable option for businesses across a variety of …

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Must-Have Security Camera Features for Banks and Credit Unions

As the bodies that insure money in banks and credit unions against theft or loss, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) both require that financial institutions be monitored by security camera systems. Protecting the money that customers have entrusted to them is a major concern for banks and …

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