Security Camera and Safety Tips to keep you Alive
- Never automatically open your front door. Make sure you know your caller's
identity before admitting him.
- If the person at your door is a stranger, ask for identification to be
passed under the door. If he is unable to do this, do not admit him.
- It is advisable to have a wide angle viewer (peep-hole) in the door so that
you can check a person's identity without unlocking your door...
Configure and use a network IP security camera
You should always watch out for the physical security of
your system - after all, you don't want somebody walking off with your
hardware. So what can you do that is both affordable and effective? Apart
from investing in physical perimeter security such as tougher locks and
better doors, there is a place for a hi-tech solution, one that has seen
enough products shifting over the counters to become quite affordable ...
How to Set Up an IP-Based Camera Surveillance System
IP surveillance technology has reached one of those
"perfect storm" moments. Today's digital cameras are inexpensive and easy to
install. Wired and wireless networks alike are ubiquitous. And the
camera-monitoring software is robust, easy-to-use and often free. Demand for
security cams is high among both businesses and home users, and system
builders stand to capitalize on this surging wave by offering installation
services and support. There's even potential for computer and server
upgrades, as some companies will be looking to build dedicated systems that
have guaranteed bandwidth and quality of service (QoS) over the video