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June 07, 2019

Hidden Costs of Not Upgrading Your Cameras

Privately owned security cameras in residential premises and businesses are becoming common and for many great reasons. With gaining popularity, there are technological advancements and it is a real struggle for many to keep pace with the growing technology. And several choose to use outdated CCTV systems, may be due to lack of understanding of its gross impact. To protect your home and business assets is essential and part of this effort includes a periodic assessment of the effectiveness of the security system within your premise. Over the past years, technology has evolved to an extent that now you can use more powerful and effective tools than that existed prior. And being technologically updated, you are taking responsible measures corresponding to the purpose.

Here we tell you how outdated security systems may cost you in more ways than that you can realize.

Efficiency reduces with time

Every software based equipment comes with its own service expiry and must be updated to avoid failure or frequent outages. If the system or system components are not updated on a regular basis, you may face unexpectedly huge failure and that will cost you more.

Image or video quality gets low

The video and image quality has evolved through time. Old camera systems don not show high-quality images and with zooming gives an unintelligible image of people or vehicle number, in case of any burglary or hit and run respectively.

Why wait until you find out the low quality of the image of your old analog security camera and instead take a proactive approach and upgrade it to an IP? It comes with high-resolution images besides other added features like license plate recognition, Pan-Tilt-Zoom, and remote viewing options.

Storage issues

The old analog security cameras with DVR for storage are not capable of handling too much of data. So, if you think of saving money by avoiding up-gradation, you will be actually spending more with additional DVRs to store data. Instead with modern cameras having compression capabilities can store more data without lowering any image resolution.

Besides the above-mentioned limitations, old analog security systems often lack remote accessibility of modern systems. Also, they may not have integration scope for alarms and access control systems. It is essential to be able to remotely access the surveillance area from your tablet, smartphone or computer.

Upgrade your security system now

If you have an outdated security system at a residential premise or at work, it is time to upgrade and bolster your security system. The cost will be lesser than what you may have to pay with an old system and it is consequential catastrophic disasters. An investment today will save you from inconveniences of tomorrow.

To know more, contact us.


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