Council Cuts To CCTV: Highlighting The Importance of Private CCTV Systems
Posted in CCTV by Maxtag on 14th August 2017
Britain is said to be the world leader in terms of CCTV coverage but could that position soon change? In order to save money on their budgets, a common trend has appeared that has seen local councils up and down the country cut the number of CCTV cameras they support. With the cuts suggesting a scale down in security coverage – the importance of CCTV installers in Westminster , for example, cannot be overlooked for homeowners and business operations alike.
6 Top Tips on Combating Employee Theft
Whilst measures such as EAS security systems and CCTV in retail are generally considered useful to combat external shoplifting, internal theft represents another area of loss for a business. All being well, we should be able to place trust in everyone we meet – unfortunately, the reality is completely different. This is why an increasing number of retailers are taking measures to prevent theft from every level – whether it’s through the usage of CCTV or security tagging; knowing the store is protected and being watched, genuine customers and staff members will feel protected and anyone with intentions of stealing, will be discouraged.
Why Your Retail Business Needs To Update Its Security
Posted in CCTV by Maxtag on 31th July 2017
In today’s modern world, we are able to take advantage of a plethora of new technologies that make implementing security measures much easier for retailers. In addition, they can also help to push their brands to a wider customer base. As an example; the qualities of a modern CCTV installation to record in high-definition, along with an ability to connect to the internet at high speeds, can help a business to better understand the performance of their stores. This can include people counting, to the effectiveness of product displays, to even sending staff to areas of the store that most need them.
Top 6 Reasons Why Businesses Should Consider Modern CCTV Installations
Posted in CCTV by Maxtag on 18th July 2017
Despite being around for more than a decade, it’s only of late that retailers have been switching over from ‘traditional’ analogue CCTV systems to modern CCTV installations, such as Internet Protocol (IP) cameras. This can be put down to the increasing availability of a faster internet and the drop in the price of devices that can be used alongside these cameras – but mostly, it’s the quality of image that can be captured and the ability to stream them that has persuaded forward-thinking businesses to update their CCTV security.