Jackson Fire & Security’s installation and commissioning engineer is urging businesses in North Wales and Cheshire to install CCTV cameras, with advances in technology giving users extra peace of mind.
Business owners can now monitor CCTV on mobile phones and tablets from anywhere in the world, allowing them to check their premises any time, night or day.
Our CCTV remote viewing service also provides users with the ability to take snapshots of the video and playback content.
Andy Shone, who joined us in 2004, specialises in setting up bespoke CCTV systems, and has witnessed the impact of technology on surveillance systems.
He said: “When CCTV cameras were initially used to help decrease crime, the picture quality was patchy, it had to be monitored on the premises or by a professional monitoring firm, and sharing videos often meant posting a video cassette.
“Now, picture quality can be HD, business people can view the CCTV on iPhones and other portable devices, and the images can be shared instantly.
“CCTV is now an essential deterrent to protect commercial premises, and businesses have extra peace of mind with 24/7 access anywhere in the world.”
Jackson Fire & Security can supply CCTV cameras, or work with your own surveillance cameras.
Andy added: “Our approach means you can check on your offices or warehouse as soon as an alarm is triggered. For example, you receive an email in real time allowing you to view your CCTV footage. There is also the option to have text message alerts, too.
“The recording can also be used as evidence in court.”
To talk to us about topics ranging from CCTV and the law to CCTV installation, contact us on 01352 755 866 or contact us through the website.
Also, check out our blog on top tips for businesses considering installing commercial CCTV systems.