An increase in incidences of crime has prompted many business owners to seek for lasting solutions that can enable them to protect their property and valuables, and have some peace of mind. Fortunately, there are many such solutions available including business alarms, as well as access control and security camera systems. Many businesses, especially the small enterprises, find some of these Business Security Systems to be a bit costly. However, the benefits of having the right security system in place make it a worthwhile investment for any business. Below is a look at some of the factors that can be used to determine the cost of security systems.

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1.    Wireless or Wired

Traditional security systems required wired network infrastructure to operate. The wires interconnect the various devices and connects the equipment to the power supply. However, the past few decades have seen major strides in technological advancement, enabling the introduction of more advanced security systems that can operate on either wired or wireless infrastructure, or both. Wired systems are considered more stable, reliable, and to some extent, cheaper to maintain. On the other hand, the Wireless Security Systems offer unmatched capability and flexibility, especially in mobile security applications and complex network designs that involve installations in hard to reach places within the business facility.

2.    Type of security devices

Business security systems comprise of a wide variety of devices and equipment, which enable them to detect various security threats. For instance:

  • Business alarm systems are made up of the alarm panel, and a variety of sensors such as smoke and fire detectors, motion sensors, vibration sensors and door contacts.
  • Surveillance camera systems comprise of the security cameras, video recording system, and many other components. The cameras also come in a variety of designs, styles and formations including domes, bullet, box, PTZ, and IR cameras.

Overall, businesses must ensure that they only spend money on what is necessary to satisfy their security needs. A security audit is essential in determining the kinds of risks that they need to guard against, and the ideal Business Security Systems to choose.


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