Sometimes, it feels as if spring hasn’t just sprung - it has pounced with incredible intensity! Changes in weather can come fast and furious, and while April showers bring May flowers, spring also brings storms, lightning, and power outages. What do you need to know in order to protect your home and family this season?
We are living in unprecedented times. With the recent rise in unemployment resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, the future of many people is uncertain. The economy has suffered a tremendous blow over the course of the past few months, which could breed desperation amongst those who have lost jobs and are struggling to get by. This has the potential to lead to higher crime rates and increased safety concerns for many communities.
During the stay at home orders, we have seen just how beneficial technology can be. It has been a lifeline for many in the midst of the isolation and unknowns of tomorrow. Smart homes have been a fairly recent technological advancement. A smart home is a home that incorporates technological devices into certain elements, allowing the person who resides there to stay more connected and informed even when they are away. Lights that can be turned on and off with a smartphone and a thermostat that can be controlled remotely are just a couple of examples of smart technology that exists.
Security cameras may be one of the most important investments you make in your business. By improving overall safety and security, you can offer a better experience for employees, customers, clients, visitors, and the public in general. Why are surveillance cameras a must for today’s companies?
Are you intimidated by the idea of a “smart home”? You’re not alone! We all question: will it be too expensive? Will it be too complex? What technology do I need? How do I start? Am I going to turn into a Jetson - and where do I get my jetpack? Well… we have one word of advice: relax. A smart home is meant to make life easier and more convenient, not more confusing and frustrating. You can take some simple steps to make your home a smart home… on your terms.