Difference Between Z-Wave and Wifi Security Systems

What Is the Difference Between Z-Wave and Wifi...

December 12, 2018

If you’ve been looking into automated security systems, chances are you’ve come across a technology known as Z-Wave. Home automation has typically involved Wifi capabilities, which many of us are familiar with. We’ve had years to witness wireless internet spread throughout shopping malls, hotels, airports and university campuses.
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Ways To Increase Security At Your Cottage

4 Ways To Increase Security At Your Cottage

June 28, 2017

If you thought that protecting your home from criminals was hard work, consider how much more effort you'll need to put into safeguarding your cottage. The key thing to remember is that most people don't spend as much time at their cottage as they do at their primary residence, which means that cottages could potentially be more at risk.
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Personal Caregiver Security Tips

5 Security Tips For A Personal Caregiver

December 19, 2016

Serving as a personal caregiver requires more than helping with food preparation, dispensing medication in the right quantities and at the right time, and assisting with doctor appointments.In fact, one of your primary roles as a personal caregiver is to ensure that the home of the person you’re caring for is safe.
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Indoor And Outdoor Cameras

What Makes Indoor Cameras Different From Outdoor...

October 17, 2016

Installing cameras inside and outside of your home will safeguard not only your property, but also your family. Even so, you need to know which type of camera to install in order to get the protection you’re looking for.Put another way, you really shouldn’t install the same cameras inside that you install outside -- and vice versa.
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CCTV Cameras With Long Cable Run And Safety

Are CCTV Cameras With A Long Cable Run Safe?

October 10, 2016

Installing closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras for surveillance or deterrence purposes can keep your home or business safe from criminals, and the general rule is that it’s best to use a relatively short cable to facilitate a clear video signal.
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