Home Security Surveillance Cameras

Home Security Surveillance Cameras

As the use of smart home technology expands, so does the prevalence of home security surveillance cameras. Modern homeowners see the value in being able to see their home on demand and are regularly looking at these products as a feature of their security system, whether through a security dealer or a DIY solution.

There are hundreds of camera options available on the market, so how do you know which one is the best option for you? The answer varies depending on how and where you are planning to use it. But there are some good considerations to keep in mind when you are making your decision. (more…)

Meet Jack Mackey…

Meet Jack Mackey…

It was a treat this past week to visit with so many wonderful customers at the SedonaOffice Users Conference in Marco Island, Florida! It’s really a fantastic dynamic to have so many people with so much in common together in one place and see the networking and general camaraderie that takes place. And while there were many elements of the SOUC that people enjoyed (I see you, Ready Player One… and Two… and Sixty-Four… and Two Hundred Twenty…), one of the highlights of the event was the keynote address from our guest speaker, Mr. Jack Mackey. (more…)

How Will Smart Homes Affect the Marketplace?

How Will Smart Homes Affect the Marketplace?

By Ana Bera, SafeAtLast

 

In the words of the well-known folk singer Bob Dylan, “The times they are a changin’.” We live in the age of information. Big data holds the key to influential decisions made by the larger retail companies, banks and even Congress. The rise of the smart home will cause fast and disruptive change.

The exact effect it will have on the marketplace is yet to be quantified in dollars. But one thing is certain, a wave of change is building and those willing to paddle will enjoy the ride. (more…)

Shoplifting Prevention

Shoplifting Prevention

Retailers, it’s that time of the year. The ten busiest shopping days of the year have arrived! Two just took place, in the form of Black Friday (historically always the #1 shopping day of the year) and the Saturday following it, which, according to ShopperTrak, ranks as 2018’s fifth busiest. But the remaining eight all happen over the next four and a half weeks. Here’s the full list for 2018: (more…)