Turn Surveillance Cameras into Data Hubs to Strengthen Security and Enhance the Customer Experience

With workplace security an ever-growing concern, BrevAll is sharing new solutions with small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) to help safeguard their companies. In particular, the dramatic advancement of surveillance cameras with breakthrough capabilities such as facial recognition, makes these high- tech devices integral to the physical security of SMBs, while simultaneously enhancing the overall customer experience.

Many SMBs are taking advantage of extremely sharp 4K resolution that, when paired with facial recognition software, allows business owners to tailor their security and client experiences. This technology is beneficial for all types of organizations, most notably those with high traffic or ones that maintain significant amounts of cash or valuable merchandise.

Whenever you are ready to step-up your security game contact BrevAll, a leading local provider of security technology solutions and services.

“For years, one of the simplest ways to sneak into a business was simply to ‘tailgate’ a group of employees,” warns Paul Enloe, CEO of BrevAll Technologies. “One employee swipes their access card, whereby they unknowingly open the door for a lurking person behind them. This action allows a trespasser to walk right in through the front door, so to speak. By the time anyone realizes there’s a threat in the facility it is too late.”

“These aren’t your dad’s security cameras,” stated Enloe. “Security cameras have become intelligent. Previously, common problems with cameras were induced by low-light environments and low-resolution, resulting in blurry and non-detailed images. In the event of a breach, authorities were reduced to reviewing low-quality security recordings and interviewing staff who monitored them in real-time. Recent technological advancements with video surveillance hardware and software have changed the game and taken security to a whole new level.”

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