We’re excited to release this free white paper: Comparing Security Options For Your Business.
If you’ve searched for answers to your security system questions online, you’ve probably seen many exaggerations, scare tactics, and misleading myths. We understand how frustrating that is when you just want to find some concrete information that can help you protect your property and your tenants.
To help make your search a bit easier, we created this white paper.
Inside, you can compare the pros and cons of different security solutions, including:
- Security Guards
- Remote Guard Services
- Camera Surveillance Systems
There’s no security system that’s perfect for everyone. But there is a system that’s perfect for you, and we hope this guide will help steer you in the right direction.
Here’s a quick preview of what you’ll find inside:
1) Security Guards
Security guards are the old-school standbys of the security system world, and they do have their benefits. Security guards help maintain an on-site presence, provide a visible sense of security for tenants, and provide services like parking enforcement. But they’re quickly getting replaced by many businesses in favor of less expensive, more effective systems.
2) Remote Guard Services
Remote guard services pair high-tech surveillance cameras with powerful computer analytics to monitor your entire property at once. When cameras detect an intruder, an alert is sent to remote staff members who can speak directly to perpetrators and prevent crime from happening. But, if your business is open 24/7, or is on the small side, you may not need all that power.
3) Surveillance Cameras
Today’s surveillance cameras are equipped with powerful analytic tools that offer a host of security and business intelligence features. With features like license plate and facial recognition, heat mapping, and Smart Search, business owners can utilize recorded footage more efficiently and effectively than ever before.
Whether you pair cameras with a traditional on-site security guard, use the camera’s tools in conjunction with a remote guard service, or use surveillance to gather more data about your business, there are many benefits to explore.
Want to take a deeper dive into each of these options? Find out if security guards, remote guard services, or surveillance cameras can offer you a better solution for your security needs.
Learn more about how each of them works by downloading your free copy of our new white paper: Comparing Security Options For Your Business.