New Resource: The Ultimate Guide To Remote Guarding Services

Aug 23, 2019

The Ultimate Guide To Remote Guarding Services.

Inside, you’ll find a complete review of today’s most powerful and effective form of property security. We’ll talk about the problems with traditional security options, like on-site guards, discuss how remote guarding works, and show you how different types of remote guarding services compare.

You’ll also find real case studies from property managers who solved their security issues through remote guarding, and you’ll learn how to get started with installing remote guarding at your property.

Here’s a glimpse at what’s inside:

  • Who should use remote guarding services
  • How remote guarding works
  • Top 3 types of remote guarding services
  • Remote guarding in action: case studies
  • How to get started with remote guarding services

Security is a top priority for every property manager, but that doesn’t mean it has to be expensive or hard to get right. Find out what remote guarding can do for you.

Who Should Use Remote Guarding Services

Remote guarding is best suited for properties that contain restricted areas or businesses that are closed during specific hours. Some of the most common properties include:

  • Industrial Areas
  • Warehouses
  • Commercial Centers
  • Public or Private Pools
  • Recreational Parks
  • Storage Yards
  • Areas with Large Perimeters
  • Government Buildings
  • Golf Courses

As with any security solution, evaluating whether remote guarding is right for your business is best determined by contacting a security professional. They’ll talk to you about your specific needs and concerns to find the best tools for your property.

In the meantime, learning exactly how this technology works can give you a head start to decide whether remote guarding can help solve your problems with crime.

Discover how the latest in surveillance camera technology, integrated analytics, and active monitoring come together to give you the most effective security you’ve ever used.