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  • Providing Proper Security Measures for Public Parks

    public park security monitoring Small towns and cities with public park areas are a great place to go to find clients who may not have any security measures in place yet. The fact is that safety in public parks is a big topic in small towns, especially the first time an incident occurs. Here are a few offerings parks ...
  • Providing Security Services for Religious Buildings

    religious facilities need security monitoring Religious buildings are under continued attack and have been the target of shootings, theft, break-ins, and threats in recent years. Whether it is a church, a mosque, a temple, or another facility used for religious worship, leaders need to think about protecting parishioners as well as the house of worship itself. Here is a list ...
  • Protecting a Retail Store Against Theft During the Holidays

    retail store shoplifter security monitoring Retail stores are never busier than between Thanksgiving and Christmas. How are you helping your retail clients protect themselves from theft during the holidays? Here are a few tips to help retail clients implement the best security features. Protecting Retailers from Shoplifters Surveillance Cameras – Cameras should not only watch entryways and registers. Directing cameras toward high-value ...
  • 4 Things Consumers Want in Home Security

    nmc monitoring residential security features It is becoming a must for homes to have some form of security system. For reluctant residential clients, the following 4 selling points are among the most important. Cheaper Homeowners Insurance – Most insurance companies will provide a discount to homeowners with security measures in place. When a homeowner realizes some of the monthly security costs ...
  • 3 Ways Outdated Security Puts a Business at Risk

    outdated business security system When it comes to selling security services in the commercial sector, you may find that many businesses claim to be “happy with the system we already have.” There’s just one problem. If that system is more than a few years old, it is probably sorely in need of updating and putting the business at risk. ...
  • University and College Security Necessities

    university dorm security nmc Data collected from 2010 to 2012 indicates that more than 11,000 robberies take place in dorms and other college residences each year. That decries a serious need for increased security in order to protect students and their possessions. Here are a few security services that should be offered to any university or college with students ...
  • Key Reasons a Commercial Security System Should Be Professionally Installed

    professionally installed security nmc Small business owners can get the idea that installing a security system is easy. They may slap an IP camera pointing at the door, another at the register, and download an app to monitor everything. Now they think the store is completely secure. Here are a few talking points when it comes to helping small ...
  • The Rapidly Growing Residential Security Market

    growing residential security market Last week a report was released by Technavio projecting the growth of the security market in North America. Estimates are that the $12.5 billion residential market will surge to more than $15 billion by 2020. The United States already makes up nearly half of the global residential security market. Why Residential Security Is on the Rise One ...
  • Safety Tips Involving Carbon Monoxide Monitoring

    carbon-monoxide-monitoring Fire alarms are a common part of home alarm systems, especially those that are monitored to provide a faster response by emergency services. However, the dangers of carbon monoxide to a residence cannot be understated. Over 2,000 people per year are hospitalized due to carbon monoxide poisoning, and there are approximately 430 deaths annually. Here ...
  • How Proper Lighting Enhances Evening Business Security

    Lighting and Monitored Surveillance If a business wants to keep away late-night loiterers and cut back on the risk of vandalism or break-in, lighting is one of the best weapons in a security company’s arsenal. The fact is that criminals like to act under cover of darkness. That makes properly placed lighting an important counterpart to a commercial security ...