Silence Vs. Sound: Which Type Of Alarm Will Help You The Most

Posted on: 22 March 2017

Adding a commercial alarm system to your building is a practical step that helps deter break-ins, but the type of alarm you add can also make a difference in how easy it is to catch anyone who still attempts to get in. Chief among your choices will be whether to get a silent or sounding alarm, one where there is a loud alarm bell ringing. The location of the property, the neighborhood, and the ability of police to get to the scene are all considerations. [Read More]

Slow Checkouts: Repair Solutions To Keep Customers Happy

Posted on: 10 March 2017

When a customer is ready to check out and purchase items, one of the more frustrating things can be dealing with a slow checkout lane. One of the main things that can slow down the check out process is a slow POS system. Delays, malfunctions, and slow processing can lead to extended wait times, longer lines, and impatient guests at your business. By contacting a POS repair company, you have the ability to change this whole process and make things run smoothly again. [Read More]

Tips For Securing Your Home Office Remote Network Connection

Posted on: 20 January 2017

When you work from home, remote connections are pretty common. When you rely on remote access, even things like desktop support can be done from a distance. If you're looking for accessibility, security also needs to be a priority. Here are a few things to look for when you're implementing remote connections and security for your home office. Look For Common Connection Security Protocols If you're in the market for authentication and security tools, you'll want to make sure that the protocol you use is a common one. [Read More]

Turn Your Property Into A Smart Home: Convenient Features That Can Help You Save Money And Time

Posted on: 7 December 2016

After reading some smart home reviews, are you interested in turning your property into a smart home? You may have watched videos to learn a lot about the technological advances that have been used to create these extremely futuristic properties. You may not necessarily have to move to a new place just to enjoy some of the convenient features that come along with smart homes. In fact, you can have several of these features installed inside of your own property so that your life will become even easier, such as light controls, temperature monitoring and advanced security. [Read More]