With students heading back to school and extracurricular activities, there's a lot of new routines and schedules for families to adjust to. Additionally, many parents are beginning to return to the workplace after working from home for the past 18 months. Staying connected to what's happening at home while parents are at work isn't always easy. This year, more than any other start of the school year, we are finding that our home alarm clients want to receive notifications from the door lock and video clips to see who is home.
You’ve invested a lot into your business: your time, money, and lots of hard work. A professionally installed business alarm system with 24-hour professional monitoring can help protect that investment. However, your business alarm system isn’t something you should install and forget about. Here are five actions you can take to make sure your business alarm system is operating at peak performance for your business.
Employees are one of your business’s most valuable assets. However, their dishonesty can be costly and have a devastating effect on your business. Two-thirds of all US-based small businesses fall victim to employee theft, according to employee fraud stats, and account for the loss of approximately 5% of their revenue each year.
Many security systems rely on the 3G network to communicate in an emergency. However, the major cellular carriers are rapidly replacing 3G with LTE, creating a serious security risk for many Temecula Valley residents and businesses.
While important in even the safest cities, taking extra measures to protect against property crime is especially essential when it's at the level we have here in the Temecula Valley.