A lot of changes come after a couple decides to divorce. When you're left with the house, you no longer have your partner there for basic help and needs. As you adjust to the home, you may consider enhancing the security. Adding extra security can give you a better peace of mind and allow you to adjust to the new home setting a lot easier. There are four different security upgrades you can add to the home. [Read More]
4 Hidden Camera Options Ideal For Protecting Video Game Areas
Owning a large video game collection includes a lot of money invested into various products. Your video game collection may include selections of games, controllers, and various consoles. Therefore, when storing these games in a central location like a home entertainment center, you want to ensure that all of your items are protected and monitored. One way of doing this is with hidden cameras. A variety of hidden cameras can provide surveillance of your video game area. [Read More]
Tips For Stopping Theft In Your Retail Business
Any retail business is risking theft. In fact, businesses in 2014 saw a $44 billion loss; shoplifting accounted for 38% of the loss and employee theft accounted for 34.5%. There are ways that you can prevent theft in your business. Here are some great tips to reduce loss prevention. Customer Theft Greet Customers Several stores are known for having greeters in the front. Most people wonder why someone is paid to just stand in front of the doors and say hi to customers. [Read More]
Burglar Alarms: What Does The Future Hold For Home Security?
If you're in the market for a new burglar alarm system, ask your security company about the latest trends in home security. A number of home automation companies are now developing new burglar alarm systems that pick up hidden wireless signals in your home. If you're like most people, you use WiFi for your phones, computers and tablets. But criminals also use WiFi to steal your information so that they can break into your home. [Read More]