Miami Now Selling Surveillance Systems to Reduce Theft -->
An IT support company in
How necessary is video surveillance?
According to a
Currently, there are software programs capable of monitoring computer systems and preventing online viruses from wreaking havoc on an organization's mainframe. Plus, there are a variety of security alarm systems available, designed to dissuade possible late night break ins.
However, PC monitoring software and burglar alarms are not going to catch a dishonest or disgruntled employee from stealing company property. Unfortunately, many company thefts are an inside job (occurring during normal business hours).
As a result of the growing problem, Telx Computers is now in the online market of selling both small companies and big time corporations with high-tech, video surveillance systems to help reduce employee theft and loss of profits. By going online to telxwebcomputers.com, employers can view the different security options, compare them to one another, then determine the best system suited for their company.
According to the huffingtonpost.com article,
With the right type of video surveillance in place, employee theft will be reduced and have less impact on a companies overall profits.
About Telx Computers:
Telx Computers, a
The highly acclaimed
The computer support Company offers proactive, fixed-price IT support programs designed to maintain expenses associated to technology issues while providing network monitoring and support.
For more information, contact Telx Computers directly by calling 1-800-MY Telx 4 (698-3594) or use their LIVE CHAT button option on their website to speak with a live operator.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/12/prweb11427058.htm
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