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Some quick tips on how to keep your home safe with wireless technology

written by Shane "Geek" Lundberg August 22, 2017

Keeping your home safe is always a priority. There are always burglars ad trespassers whose motivation is to disrupt the scheme of things at the home, so you will always need to stay wary of dangers posed by these and other elements. Fortunately, technology now allows us to keep track of who goes in and out of our homes at all times. Here is a look at how you can use wireless technology to keep your home safe.

Invest in CCTV
CCTV’s have been around for a long time now, and you will find pretty much whatever you want out there. These types of cameras have consistently reduced in size over time, so you are sure to find something even as little as a button. The key to handling CCTV cameras lies in knowing where to install them at all times. If you are interested in some wireless CCTV cameras then there are loads of online retailers which sell them.

Heat and motion sensors will get the job done too
Heat sensors will report back to you whenever the temperatures of specific spots in the home goes above the normal range-this always indicates the presence of people or things in places they should not be. Motion sensors will track movements around the home and report back to you as well.

Make use of smart apps
Security apps have been at the forefront of home security efforts for a long time. Today, via an application on your device, you are able to track what is happening in and around your home. The apps keep you updated all the time, allowing you to take the necessary steps.

Smart locks are a thing too
Smart locks are a smart way to keep intruders off your compound .They will instantly inform you of any breach the moment someone tries to pry them open. In addition, some come with digital numeric open and locking systems, making it hard to exploit any vulnerabilities in passwords or opening combinations.


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