Why the Best Home Security Systems Have Cameras

Home alarm systems have come a long way in the last few decades. Today, homes are being equipped with smart home features, a wide variety of high-tech sensors, HD video doorbells, and top-of-the-line home security cameras.

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Why Life in the Country Is Easier with Wireless Security

When it comes to living in the country, security and safety are two things that shouldn’t be overlooked or ignored. While crime remains much lower in rural areas compared to cities, being isolated, away from neighbors, and off the beaten path has its own risks.

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How to Make a Farmhouse Less Appealing to Burglars

Country living certainly has its perks. Wide open spaces, fresh country air, green fields, tall trees, and the sounds of quiet mixing with the noises of nature. There’s less congestion, less traffic, and country people actually get to know their neighbors (though it helps that we have fewer names to remember).

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18 Fun Things To Do In Lynchburg, VA

Summer has finally come to a close, but there's still a lot to look forward to this year! The leaves are changing, Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and before you know it, we'll be in the midst of the holidays, snow, and another winter.

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How Smart Tech Devices Are Making College Campuses Safer

Like its eastern counterpart, the western half of Virginia is lucky to have such a wide array of outstanding colleges and universities. Whether you’re a school administrator, the head of a fraternal or sororal organization, a teacher, parent, or student, safety on and around campus is bound to cross your mind from time to time.

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Fire Risks in Older Homes

Earlier this year, a local Lynchburg historic house was destroyed by what was originally thought to be a small, electrical fire on the porch. The home, built in 1829, once served as a hospital during the civil war, and its most recent owners purchased it in 2002. Within minutes, the fire was out of control and required over 30,000 gallons of water to put out.

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Problems with Security Alarm Systems

Are you having problems with your alarm system? False alarms? Incessant beeping? Or did your alarm system recently fail to catch a burglar? The first step in fixing an alarm system issue is to identify the root cause of the problem.

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Be Skeptical of Salespeople Knocking on Your Door

Summer is on the horizon Lynchburg. Tis the season that door knockers arrive to sell all sorts of goods.  Less scrupulous security alarm companies deploy teams with high-pressure sales tactics to your door, even if you already have an alarm system. They may deceive homeowners saying your current security company is out of business or demonstrate new technology and imply that your current company cannot offer it.

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Security Risks of Supply Chain Automation

If your business takes physical goods to market, the process of delivering those goods to their final destination can have a massive impact on a company’s overall performance. Likewise, being ahead of the learning curve in adapting to the latest supply chain technological solutions can give companies a competitive advantage over their competition.

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Security for Warehouses, Equipment & Cargo

If you ship or store products, those items are vulnerable to theft. According to the FBI, $30 billion worth of cargo is stolen in the U.S. every single year. Theft can occur at any point in the supply chain: site of production, during shipping, in a storage warehouse, or at port. It’s not usually feasible to have a trusted set of eyes on your goods at all times throughout the entire shipping process. Fortunately, camera systems, security systems, and tracking devices can help to keep secure...

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