MonitorClosely of WNC & ETN offers complete security solutions for customers throughout Western North Carolina and Eastern Tennessee. Major cities include Asheville, Hendersonville, Hickory, Bristol, Johnson City, Gatlinburg, and Pigeon Forge.
Our offerings include HD Video Surveillance / CCTV, Burglar / Intrusion, and Access Control Systems.
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Five simple tips for finding the right security cameras for your business
Finding the best value security camera is not a question of simply comparing price tags, but also determining the necessary features. Many companies pay for features they do not need, or purchase the least expensive cameras that don’t have the necessary features. Security expert George Laegeler offers five key tips to finding the right security camera for your needs.
It is essential to ensure that a camera offers the level of visual resolution that a business requires. A common and costly mistake is for businesses to select inexpensive cameras only to find that they do not provide the visual resolution necessary to meet specific needs. Alternatively, purchasing cameras with more resolution than required can be a wasted expense. Megapixel cameras provide significantly better visual performance than analog technologies. Be sure your security provider can give you informed insight on how much visual resolution you need for your specific application.
Businesses that want to protect their assets will need a reliable security system. Here are some takeaways.
by Chris SmithAugust 14, 2019
Security cameras have come a long way since the days of ceiling-high archives of VHS tapes. Today’s security cameras boast features that make a high-definition recording available to all size businesses.
By AZ Big Media There are approximately 2.5 million burglaries every year. This is why it’s essential to protect your home from possible intruders. Fortunately, there are many ways to secure your home and alert you when there’s a threat.
Kerri McMullen didn’t think twice before posting a note on her Facebook page Saturday telling friends that she and her fiancé were about to leave their Floyd County home to hear a band play at the Phoenix Hill Tavern.
But when fiancé Kurt Pendleton returned from the concert ahead of McMullen, he discovered that their Lucy Drive home had been burglarized. Thieves took a plasma screen TV, two laptop computers, videogames, jewelry and more.
Thank goodness they had a video surveillance system.