IP Security Systems & Data Cabling

Keeping your company offices secured is something that is too often overlooked. Most UK business owners turn to a professional security system installation only after a major breach.

IP camera-based security systems are state-of-the-art, cost-effective and highly flexible, and are always the preferred choice for any new CCTV installation of any size.

IP cameras (also called network cameras, IP CCTV cameras, IP webcams, Internet cameras or IP security cameras) allow you to have access to live or recorded video from your PC, or any other PC connected to your computer network or the Internet.

For example, your IP security cameras could be located in your branches in London, Manchester and Glasgow and you would be able to view them all via your own PC or any other PC connected to your network or the Internet.

IP camera security systems allow you to monitor and control your security cameras from any remote location. Remote monitoring of multiple locations from one central station offers huge cost saving potential and is one of the many advantages network video (also called IP video) has to offer.

IP cameras are used as security cameras, as “webcams” on company websites and intranets and as remote monitoring and management tools in many sectors and environments.

The right IP security system can actually save you money!

A security breach can cost you in more ways than one: a leak of sensitive information, missing cash, property destruction and loss of reputation are just a few of the unpleasant consequences associated with break-ins.

Data Cabling and Why Business Needs It

There was a time when data cabling was only of interest to high tech companies. But it’s no longer the limited preserve of these companies. Thanks to advances in technology and falling prices, network cabling is now easily affordable for even the smallest businesses.

It has the potential to take your business to the next level and does this by simultaneously enhancing your productivity and maximizing your competitiveness.

Cables are run to a floor box or wall mounted point close to where the device will be situated, it will be run from a central location where a communication cabinet will be installed, in most cases all cables go back to the same cabinet but for a larger scale deployment you could have a cabinet per floor.

Fibre cables can be run much further distances than copper, for this reason fibre normally connects multiple cabinets together while copper cables connect individual devices and will go back to the closest cabinet.

In its simplest definition, data or network cabling involves multiple devices within an IT network being connected by cables. This IT cabling comes in a number of categories such as CAT5e, CAT6 and fibre options. Typical data cabling installations will run from a specific device to a central communication cabinet to help facilitate the flow of data.

With Cat5e, Cat6 or Cat6a cabling now available to every business it makes sense to implement it within your infrastructure. Perfect for any form of IT setup, data cabling can future proof your technology and deliver results that will boost your productivity.

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