Parking Lot Safety

Parking lots are both convenient and a hassle. They’re perfect for parking our vehicles away from traffic and are convenient to our place of business or shopping area. On the other hand, some parking areas are hazardous to navigate at night. Left unsecured and in the dark, they leave cars and car owners susceptible to…

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Vehicle set on fire during rioting

Rioting: The Number One Cause of Costly Property Crimes in 2020 Widespread rioting occurring throughout several major U.S. cities in Summer 2020 has resulted in the most devastating onslaught of costly property crimes unleashed in recent history. By August 15th of 2020, property crime damages stood at an estimated $543 million between the three major…

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Surveillance cameras on light post

On the battlefield, the perimeter is your front line of defense, blocking or slowing enemies from intruding. Unfortunately, history has taught us that even the most impenetrable perimeter can still be breached. Likewise, today’s property criminals know that too. As a result, having a perimeter security system in place to protect people and buildings from…

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How a Modern Video Security System Cuts Costs

Can a modern video security system positively impact your bottom line? If you work in the multi-family housing and development industries, the answer is yes. For property managers, staff and tenant safety is always a top priority. Meanwhile, improving resident satisfaction is typically the biggest challenge. Properties with video surveillance are generally deemed safer by…

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What the Federal Government’s Ban of Chinese Tech means for Contractors and Commercial Companies

What is the Blacklist Clause? The “Blacklist Clause” is, in layman’s terms, a simplified reference to Sec. 889(a)(1)(B) of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2019 which takes effect on August 13, 2020. The statute explicitly prohibits executive agencies from “entering into, extending, or renewing contracts with any entity that uses any equipment, system, or…

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Smart Video Security with AI

If your video security system were as smart as a potential criminal, then it would be able to prevent, not just record, a crime. If your video security system can’t tell the difference between a potential crime or an innocent meetup between friends, then it’s time to get a smarter system.

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Apartment Complex Parking Lot

It’s a scary statistic, but apartment managers should be aware: More than 1 in 10 property crimes occur in parking lots or garages. Parking lots are easy targets for criminals because they can break into a large number of cars in a short amount of time. The darker the parking lot the better for thieves…

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Surveillance cameras on light post

Now that summer is over, college students and their parents are preparing for another school year away from home. The lists of supplies seem to get longer every year, but there’s one thing that stays constant in a parent’s mind. According to a Gallup poll taken in 2018, 35% of parents fear their child’s safety…

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Resolute Partners

RESOLUTE Partners, as part of the Four Points Technology team, is proud to announce it has been selected to install Veteran and Guest Internet Access (VGIA) service at two additional VA medical campuses: Canandaigua, New York and Boise, Idaho. Now than ever before, the Veteran Affair (VA) Medical Center (MC) is fully committed to meeting the needs of its…

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