Video Intercoms: Are These Suitable for Your Home or Business?

TAGS: , , , ,
For many centuries, owners of commercial establishments and residences used peepholes to see who was at their doors. Some were simple holes or rectangular openings that could be slid open and shut from the inside. Others were small-sized holes fitted with fisheye lenses that allowed you to have a wider field of view when checking who was outside. In this day and age of modern computers and rapid technological advances, peepholes are still used in some homes and even business establishments. Hotels have them, as well as offices. Typically, such openings are found within the premises and quite rarely on external portions of commercial buildings – which shows the changing nature of business security. How about your own house, office, or shop? How do you know who is at the door? How do you know whether the person knocking at your doorstep should be welcomed inside your premises? If you value security and safety, you should consider installing a video intercom in your residence or business establishment. Although there are certain times where you can do without one, there are those where the installation of one is a must: If you sell jewellery, antiques, and other highly valuable merchandise Some shops make their precious wares available only to selected cliental and allow their products to be viewed  by appointment only. These restrictions are put in place understandably to reduce the risks of theft and other similar offences. If you operate in a similar way, a video intercom can perfectly complement your system. Add in CCTVs to the arrangement to enhance your security further still. If you are in the...