Keeping your Property Secure during Lockdown

The world is not what is was a month ago, and organisations are having to take rapid steps to acclimatise and keep up. A company’s security and CCTV should be considered no different. In fact, with government regulations currently in place to restrict public movement now may be the perfect time to level up your CCTV system.

The current global pandemic has left thousands of office staff either working from home or from isolation. This includes the security personnel who would normally be patrolling or stationed in the control room of a premise. You may feel less secure than ever. Despite restrictions on the public’s movement, transport and work, there will undoubtedly be those that flaunt the rules and see this is a period of opportunity whilst buildings are left empty and unmanned. That is why a CCTV system that can be accessed remotely, from anywhere in the world, can provide added peace of mind in times like these.

CCTV systems and footage are typically accessed by staff, in person, on site. For the foreseeable future this is no longer possible. So a new wave of security systems which allow you to view live and historical footage securely, from remote locations, is worth considering. Multiple locations can be viewed from a straightforward dashboard, allowing quick access and easy access to your cameras.

With access to security feeds at your fingertips, you can be assured that your premises are secure whilst keeping yourself safe at home. But most importantly, the ability to share footage and grant access to other personnel within the organisation, means they can react to a situation without exposing themselves to any unnecessary risk.

Whether you need a single camera or a whole network of them, the team here at Tellivue are able to work with you to find the best security solution

If you would like to learn more about how we can provide you with the means to achieve the best video surveillance system do not hesitate to give us a call today on 020 7846 3300 or send an e-mail to [email protected] and we’ll be in touch as soon as possible.

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