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Thread: Investing in CCTV

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    Default Re: Investing in CCTV

    CCTV around our apartment complex has helped identify the offenders, whether deliberate or accidental, but not sure if it does much to deter those who are determined to do damage.
    And its all very well having a recording of any event, but if the offender is not a regular visitor, catching them is the hard part.
    Of course it also takes some manpower to monitor and maintain the system, but overall I believe it is worth the investment in high res cameras.

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    Investment in CCTV is one good step to monitoring and a sense of security about the day to day activities in a business. As a director or sales personnel sometimes you cannot comprehensively see to every activity taking place at the business at a time especially having to attend to many clients around same time. Cases of theft, lost of items or money can be traced by playing back CCTV.

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    Security cameras or CCTV are compulsion in the places where there are valuables. For instance, in the bank and stores, in order to stop infringements, you should have CCTV. However, installing CCTV comes with a price. Installation is costly, however, maintenance is costlier. You will have to store the videos captured through the security cameras. If you have budget for CCTV and you have valuables in your office, you should always install CCTV.

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    Nowadays investing in CCTV is a great idea. It is a simple fact that when workers know the boss is watching, they're more than likely to work harder, but that's not the only reason video surveillance can provide a boost to productivity. With video systems in place, different departments will be able to communicate with each other more effectively. With this greater degree of collaboration, I think business productivity can only increase.

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