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Thieves, crooks and burglars, OH MY!

We hear stories all of the time from our customers about catching employees stealing, discovering kids are not behaving and so many other little surprises. I thought it would be a good idea to start sharing some of those with you! How about a story of 2 low life thugs stealing Christmas from a 6 […]

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Why not buy (security cameras) from Sam’s?

After receiving yet another call from a very disappointed person who bought a system from Sam’s and has had trouble with it, I thought I should share a blog I wrote about a year ago. (FYI, it could be a do-it-yourself system from ANY company) By the way, I LOVE Sam’s….. just not for this […]

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Baby boomer? Parent? Business owner?

Here are three of our 30 second radio spots. Listen, and you will understand how we can help the baby boomer, parents and business owners! Security cameras for baby boomers So many times we are faced with caring for elderly parents. How do you check in on them without driving across town? What if they […]

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Texts, Lies and Video Surveillance – Revisited

Several weeks ago I went to a certain retail superstore and was appalled to find the cashier standing at her register and texting on her cell phone! What? I thought that those places had some sort of policy to ensure employees did not use their cell phones while working. She was kind enough to finish up her […]

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Security Cameras, Big Brother or Big Mamma?

I have always tried to think of something to say to the conspiracy theorists who feel like having video surveillance in one’s home or business is like having “big brother” watching. Today, it dawned on me! Partially, anyway. I have a great answer for those who do not see the purpose of having it in […]

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Happy New You, I mean, New YEAR!

Ahhh!  It is that time of year again!  Time for resolutions, proclamations and transformations.  Time to: lose weight, make more money, create better habits, become more profitable and start doing all of those things we know we need to be doing.  After all, it is a new year. So, why do we wait until January […]

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Is your uncle’s cousin’s neighbor licensed?

A few days ago we had the pleasure of meeting with a new potential customer. She is a lovely lady and I can just imagine her baking cookies for grandkids or sharing a cup of sugar with a neighbor. She called us because she had a video surveillance system installed a few years ago and […]

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Buy now, pay later

This seems to be the theme of our American shopping practices. Is there ever a time when we should buy now and pay later? As business owners, we have decided that our aim is to operate debt free. For us it is not just a goal it is a reality. However, there are many companies […]

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What Does a Bad Employee Really Cost?

We have all heard horror stories about bad employees: theft, drug and alcohol use, non-productivity and all kinds of things! But, do we really know what employing one of these people costs us? For years, I have listened to business owners complain: “I know we have theft, I just don’t know what to do about […]

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Is Ignorance Bliss?

“Real knowledge is to know the extent of one’s ignorance.” ~Confucius It is surprising to see business owners take the “ignorance is bliss” approach to running their operation. In the past few months I have been especially perplexed by a few of them. One business owner knows that a specific employee is stealing from him, […]

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