Running a small business requires you to take a number of risks. However, security shouldn’t be one of them. Your primary role is to focus on your business, and we will help you do just that by securing it with a security system that’s just right for your business. We can provide a situation assessment to better understand your small business environment and help pinpoint where you may be most vulnerable, even in areas you may not have considered.
From burglar alarms and access control to video cameras and digital video recorders, we at J&J Multiservices offer security products and service plans that let you choose the solutions best suited to you. We can customize a flexible package to address your security issues and provide peace of mind.
Burglary accounted for $4.7 billion in losses in 2014, with the majority of non-residential burglaries occurring during the nighttime. We can help reduce your risk with a professionally installed and monitored burglar alarm system.
Employee theft is blamed for $20 to $40 billion in losses, with three out of four employees stealing from their employer.** Video cameras serve as an effective deterrent, and recorded video can be accessed remotely for a live look-in or incident review.
Low employee productivity can translate into time wasted on the job and poor customer service, affecting your overall profitability. Actively monitored systems allow you to thank employees for a job you see well done and remind them that their actions are available for review
SECURITY, CCTV & ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR YOUR BUSINESS
Security alarms and monitoring can provide a small businesses with effective and affordable protection for employees and property due to unauthorized entry, robbery, burglary, holdup, theft and vandalism. We also have services that allow you to conveniently monitor and control your security system remotely from your mobile or web-enabled device.
Access control systems can protect your main entrances as well as sensitive areas of your business while eliminating the cost and headache of re-keying and lock changes when employees leave. Whether you want to protect valuable assets or increase employee safety, we have flexible electronic access control solutions for your small business.
Installation & Maintenance
Installation and maintenance is performed by our technicians trained specifically to service commercial security systems. When you call for service, a real live person answers the phone and gets things moving immediately. We don’t put you into an automatic telephone response system. If you need service, we arrange for service calls within one day.
GPS Vehicle & Asset Tracking
Tracking Services puts you in the driver’s seat – letting you know where your vehicles and assets are and where they’ve been 24/7 – anytime, anywhere, from any web-enabled smart device! You’ll have real-time GPS location information at your fingertips – a great way to keep tabs on teenage drivers and elderly loved ones, recover missing vehicles and monitor or recover lost or stolen valuables. You can even get email or text alerts when vehicles exceed speed limits or predetermined geographic boundaries
Video CCTV Solutions
Video solutions include video surveillance cameras for any application and remote video services that can protect your small business against crimes such as shoplifting, vandalism and employee theft. We also offer digital video recorders (DVRs) that can document incidents for evidence when needed.
Even the smallest mom-and-pop shop can use a security system to protect their information, building, and employees. Small businesses love to use surveillance systems, because they are a cheap way to deter theft and monitor the goings-on of a business. People who own small businesses have problems with embezzlement and employee dishonesty. Adding a surveillance system can help to protect these businesses from inside risks.
A surveillance system is a must when you own a large corporation. Because large corporations are under the constant threat of break-ins, thefts, and embezzlement. Large corporations need the protection of a surveillance system because they have so much information that could be catastrophic if it ended up in the wrong hands.
- Medical Facilities
Medical facilities use surveillance systems to monitor patient happenings, visitors, and general hospital security. Protecting the doctors, patients, visitors, and staff of a hospital should be a target goal of all hospitals and medical facilities.
- Apartment Buildings
Owners of apartment buildings often have to worry about break-ins, disputes, and other disturbances which may harm the residents of their building and leave them liable for damages.
School children live in an age of fear, when adults can threaten their safety even while they are in a learning environment. Every school should have a surveillance system, not only to protect the children inside from outside threats, but also to save them from school shootings, drug problems, and general misbehavior from other students. A wise parent only sends their children to schools where they feel that their kids are adequately protected. Schools who want to retain their students will invest in a security which include surveillance.
Types of Surveillance Systems
There are several different types of surveillance systems available on the market, and they vary in cost, effectiveness, and amount of technology. There is a surveillance system solution for every budget, every need, and every level of acquaintance with technology. The types include:
How Surveillance Systems Work
Although security systems vary in the way that they work, most operate under a similar principle. A camera records video and transmits it to a television or computer where it can be viewed by an administrator. In the case of digital recording a user of the system is able to manipulate video, and possibly even tilt and rotate cameras. Surveillance systems work by monitoring a space and sending out video and/or audio to an outside source. There are many extras which can be added to the security system and they all come with specific instructions for operation. Researching a security system and knowing its features can help you to determine whether it is right for you.