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|Subject: How to Set up Your IP Camera Wed Nov 30, 2011 1:01 pm|| |
The great thing about an ip camera security set up is that an IP camera can be placed anywhere. IP here stands for internet Protocol? which means that it relies on an internet connection in order to transmit and receive data rather than using a series of wires that need to be run through walls or suspended ceilings and limit the number of locations you can put your devices. An IP camera can go anywhere, and you likely have lots of them, so the question is ?where do you put them? Of course not in every scenario will you have multiple cameras and you might only have one to play with. In this case you will need to be more choosey about where you place the device. As a rule you will want to point your camera at your most valuable item or area ?so you might buy an IP camera in order to put it in a storage warehouse and ensure that you keep it fixed on there so that you don't have your stock stolen or your materials. Alternatively you might want to point your camera at a safe where you keep cash, or perhaps at the till where lots of money will also be coming and going.
However in many other scenarios you have a storage warehouse or any items of particular value. In this case then you might want to point your wireless security camera at what are truly your most valuable commodities; those being your staff first and foremost, and your employees. This would mean that if you had a shop floor for instance you would point the camera/cameras at that shop floor so that you can observe your staff as they go about their work and ensure that everything runs smoothly. This way you can be alerted to any disputes that are occurring on your shop floor for instance and can get involved to ensure there is a satisfactory dispute and that it certainly does not devolve into violence. If you have multiple cameras however then of course you will likely set them up in both these locations. You may also want to set them outside your property, the reason for this being that you can that way keep an eye on any troublesome looking customers etc before they enter. You can also this way see any other trouble occurring outside such as fight or vandalism aimed at your building and can spot anyone as they try to get away from the scene of the crime. Having an IP camera outside your property can also help you to record any other problems that might be going on outside your building ?this can then help you to be of use to your local community and to help solve other crimes and problems, which will in turn make your company more well liked in the area and help your PR etc. Putting time and thought then into the placement of your IP cameras is important for optimum security and added benefits.
It is important to set up an IP Camera in a good location. Follow the links for this and more IP security.