- Residential CCTV
- Health Management Wellness Calls
- CCTV Residential Application
- Social Media Policy For Employees
- Tax Season is Over...Well for Now: Safely Purge your Records
- Preventing Computer Viruses
- DIY Alarm System Options
- Spring Cleaning Computer Files
- Personal Home Records
- CCTV System Assessments When to Upgrade
Most DVR's not only provide recording and fast storage to a thumb drive, but also provide for remote viewing access via smart phone application. The software for the application is usually provided for free when making a DVR purchase. IP cameras are not required, no clumsy programming issues. Call for your estimate today! Dan Garcia Service Manager, US Security Net
Health care management, is nothing more than keeping in-touch with your patients. Family members can also take control by taking advantage of "wellness" management programs. We have offered a proactive healthcare management service since 2003; a service sold separately or combined with our personal emergency 24/7 monitoring service program: wellness Check-in With You Call Service. Mary Schmidt, USA Security Net
CCTV kits are reasonably priced, but do the selected cameras included in the package fit your application? Well, sometimes. Here's are a few environmental and placement issues that could derail your purchasing plans: the coverage area faces either east or west (issues with sunlight), long distance coverage over 30' may not be covered at night. These are just a few scenarios. The point is, make sure you do include the details in your CCTV configuration planning: environment, focal view, coverage distance, daytime and night time requirements. Read the product specifications to make sure that the product fits your needs. #CCTVFORME - Dan Garcia, Service Manager, USA ...
Twenty years ago, I could not have "googled" myself; seems like an odd statement, right? Think about it.
Twenty years ago, would it have occurred to you to do an investigation on yourself, on others? Did you ever think of the hours you would spend looking up "stuff", sharing "tid-bits", or even having message exchanges all around the globe could be considered evasive? Probably not. But, the truth is, some of our employee's "open" communication shares can be potentially harmful to an organization. Our consultants can help you determine the best way to protect your interests, while respecting your employee's privacy. #USASocial - Mark ...