Small Business Nothing is more important for a business than security. No matter how great your business ethic is, or how happy your staff are, or how much you have in the bank, a simple case of industrial espionage, or (more likely) theft can bring your company crashing down. At the same time CCTV is important for your safety and the safety of your staff which should of course take priority over all else. However it’s not just choosing to get CCTV installed that’s important for your business, but ensuring that you get the correct CCTV installed. Here you have many options and some individuals may prefer certain options over others. For example, some people will prefer analogue CCTV to digital CCTV because it is cheaper to install, and because it’s easier to operate and maintain (and doesn’t crash). However it still only records one track at once and has a lower frame rate and spatial resolution to digital options. The files can’t be manipulated or transmitted, and their can be no video analytics etc. As such while some people might still opt for analogue CCTV, that won’t be the best option available still. For the very best protection for your office or company you need digital CCTV which will record in higher definition, from multiple tracks, and be far more flexible. At the same time though there are many different types of digital CCTV so you need to ensure that you also choose the best digital CCTV cameras. Here there are many options, but you want to look at things like the frame rate, the capacity of internal storage, the features and the definition (mega pixels). At the same time you should look at the brand, and an LG CCTV camera for example will ensure that you’re getting a reliable make and have some come-back. By going for a known brand like LG CCTV you can contact the manufacturers in case of problems, and can read reviews etc online. A great type of digital CCTV camera is an IP CCTV camera. IP CCTV means that the camera is capable of streaming footage. This then means that you are able to place the IP CCTV camera anywhere on the premises as there are no cables (also making installation cheaper). At the same time it means you can watch the footage remotely and this means you need never be unsure as to what is going on at the work place or warehouse. Finally you should look into additional features of which there are many. This can include things like video analytics which allow a video to use motion sensor and shape recognition to react to the footage. For example a CCTV camera might use motion sensors to ensure that the camera only records when there is something to record. Some cameras also come with built in VoIP meaning they can send and receive calls – watch a video remotely and warn the perpetrators yourself, or have the camera call a security service on noticing movement. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: