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Multi-Net in Motion July Newsletter

See what happened at Multi-Net Systems this July. The fun started with employee of the month and continued to safe working methods and why we do it!

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Access Control: Restrict Access to Certain Areas

All businesses have to protect confidential information, for example, the Human Resource Department is responsible for the protection of employees’ se...

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Multi-Net Systems’ Services

Multi-Net Systems are industry leaders in the following services: Fire Detection SystemsGas Suppression SystemsSprinkler SystemsFire ProtectionCCTV...

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Tips for choosing an Access Control System

Is your business as secure as it should be? Are you wondering how to choose the best Access Control System? If you’re ready to choose the best Acce...

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5 Reasons why your business needs an Access Control System

Everyone wants to keep their businesses secured, and thus, the need for an Access Control System. Here are 5 benefits of using an Access Control Syste...

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What Is Biometric Access Control and How Does It Work?

What is Biometrics?  Biometrics use physiological and behavioural characteristics to identify people, this can include the face, fingerprints...

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Advantages of Fingerprint Biometric Systems

Fingerprints are more secure as they are harder to forge/ fake than identity cardsFingerprint patterns cannot be guessed like passwordsYou cannot misp...

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4 REASONS YOUR HOME NEEDS SECURITY SYSTEMS TODAY!

4 REASONS YOUR HOME NEEDS SECURITY SYSTEMS TODAY!

  1. Provides a sense of Safety
  2. Acts as an early warning system 
  3. Can assist law enforcement with the apprehension of criminals.  
  4. Through CCTV cameras, you can monitor and protect your home remotely – even when you are on holiday. 
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7 REASONS YOUR COMPANY NEEDS CCTV SECURITY SYSTEMS TODAY!

  1. Reduce cost and risk due to burglary, fire and vandalism
  2. Prevent and discourage criminal activity
  3. Promotes good behavior and keeps employees honest
  4. Provides employees and customers a sense of safety
  5. Helps prevent safety incidents
  6. Can Assist Law Enforcement with the apprehension of criminals
  7. Cheaper insurance premiums
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Analog Camera VS IP Camera

A CCTV camera can be an IP or an Analog camera.

An IP camera uses an Ethernet cable and transmits a digital signal. This type of camera can be easily networked and can send a signal to a network video recorder (NVR) located on a local or remote network. It is powered or connected over POE (Power Over Ethernet) Switch.

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