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4 Things You Cannot Neglect When Choosing a CCTV Service Provider

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CCTV systems are an invaluable addition to the security system in your home and business. Apart from deterring criminal activity, investing in CCTV service can, for, example, boost employee productivity. It will also discourage bullying and other such incidences. Needless to say, everyone will be keen on doing the right thing knowing they are under surveillance. There are many other benefits to investing in CCTV installation. To enjoy all these benefits, here is what you should always keep in mind when choosing a provider for your CCTV service.…

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How to Make a Successful House Plan for the Future

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If you have a very independent personality, you may like to stamp your individuality on everything that you do, and you certainly had this in mind when you purchased a nice plot of land. You intend to build your own house, to your own specifications and nobody can accuse you of having a “cookie cutter” mentality. However, before you get too carried away and proceed without proper consideration, why do you need to draft a formal house plan at the outset?…

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Important Tips When Buying a New Commercial Security System

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Every commercial building should have a security system of some sort, and this even includes small offices; theft and vandalism of any commercial space can be very expensive to address, and it can also mean a costly work stoppage. It’s also important to monitor visitors while you have staff on the premises for everyone’s safety and security. When you’re buying a new commercial security system, note a few important tips that will help you find the right option for your building and ensure it’s installed properly as well.…

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Speed Up Your Slow Internet in Minutes: Simple Fixes for a Frustrating Problem

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We have become so accustomed to fast Internet connections and reliable connections that we become extremely frustrated when things slow down. When you fire up your computer, your tablet or your smart phone, you expect it to connect to the Internet immediately, you trust that those connections will be stable and reliable and you expect every page you visit to load quickly. If those expectations match your reality, you have nothing to worry about.…

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Security Systems: Features to Look For When Buying a Security Camera

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The technology used in video security has grown in leaps and bounds over the years. This has provided homeowners with an assortment of features to choose from when they are considering video surveillance for their home. However, due to how long a laundry list of features that you can choose from, it may seem daunting for some people to make a decision on what security systems would best suit their needs.…

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How Your Company Can Reap the Benefits of Remote-Access IT Support

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Traditional computer services have traditionally gone one of two ways: Firstly, companies and schools often have their own in-house IT department. The advantages of this are obvious. For one thing, being able to have qualified technicians physically inspect and evaluate a person’s computer in a personable way is a useful function. The second option has traditionally been to call people in when a problem arises. This solution is good for problems that occur infrequently (due to not having to employ a full-time staff roster), but it isn’t practical for a long-term strategy, as an increased hourly rate and wait time makes it infeasible for businesses that require constant and timely support.…

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Safe and Secure: 3 Reasons You Should Consider Security Screens for Your Home

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No doubt about it — home security is a big concern for many families.  Whether you’re concerned about serious crime such as break-ins, or just mindless vandalism, there are a wide variety of options out there for helping to safeguard your home against unwanted attacks.  Many people choose to install intruder alarms or CCTV — or both.  However, another option you may like to consider is having security screens fitted to your home.…

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How Should I Deal With A Broken Colour Photocopier?

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Colour photocopiers are universally used in offices, schools and government buildings. In many settings, they’re a real necessity, and it can be a huge setback when your photocopier stops working or is broken; in some situations you might not realise how many copies you make until you can’t anymore. As such, it’s incredibly useful to know what to do in case your colour photocopier needs repair quickly. Here’s what you should keep in mind.…

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Upgrade Your Office With Pin Boards and Mobile Whiteboards

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For many years, flipcharts were the standard for any business meetings, presentations or other such events that involved having notes or illustrations to make a point. The fact that they’re portable means that they can easily be brought into any room when needed. However, they weren’t without issues. Tearing off many sheets of paper is both noisy and bad for the environment. Not to mention, constantly buying refill paper can become quite expensive.…

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How To Improve the Connectivity of Your Home

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According to government research, there are in the region of 13 million internet connections in Australia, many of them in private homes. The most noteworthy statistic is that around 90,000 Australians still subscribe to internet services through dial-up connections. The first thing you can do to improve the connectivity of your home if you use a dial-up modem is to opt for a satellite or DSL service. DSL is usually referred to simply as broadband by most consumers and ISPs (internet service providers) and is delivered to the home over a fixed-line telephone connection.…

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