Video surveillance for your business may pay for itself immediately

JohnMHoyt Business, CCTV, Homeland Secure IT, IP Surveillance, Sales, security, Technology, Video Surveillance Leave a Comment

When you hear the term “video surveillance”, you might have visions of high tech government agencies watching the masses, or you might think about a prime time TV show set in a Las Vegas casino with a whole team watching as the “eye in the sky”, or it could be the large department store chain that has cameras hanging from …

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Remotely monitor mountain or beach home with video surveillance

JohnMHoyt Android, Apple, Business, CCTV, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, Linux, Mac, Microsoft, security, Technology, Windows Leave a Comment

Some people are fortunate enough to own multiple properties, a home they live in, and then a home at the beach or in the mountains. However, one of the problems with owning these remote properties is that you can’t be there to keep up with what is going on. You have no idea who is parking in your driveway, dumping …

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Keep an eye on your home from anywhere with the D-Link DCS-942L IP camera without going broke

JohnMHoyt Business, D-Link, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, Partners, Sales, security Leave a Comment

Here’s a fun one we offer for sale…   The D-Link DCS-942L IP camera. This puppy is compact, and loaded with great features. Resolution of 640×480 Infrared (see in the dark) with automatic cut filter Ethernet connected Wireless Wi-Fi connected! Wall / desk mount included Built-in microphone (listen in to the room it is mounted in) Audio out – yes, …

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It’s vacation time! Protect your computer, server and other belongings while you are away!

JohnMHoyt Android, Apple, Backup Solutions, Business, CCTV, Cisco, Computer Security, Homeland Secure IT, IP Surveillance, iPad, iPhone, Partners, Sales, security, Technology Leave a Comment

If you are lucky or blessed enough to be able to take off from work and actually get out of town for a summer vacation over the Independence Day holiday this year, hopefully you will be doing a few things to protect your belongings while you are away. Here are a few examples of things you can do in order …

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Is your smartphone spying on you? Privacy and security experts say that it could be…

JohnMHoyt Android, Apple, Business, Computer Repair, Computer Security, Computer Service, Computer Support, Homeland Secure IT, IP Surveillance, iPad, iPhone, Linux, Mac, Microsoft, Mobile, OS X, Secure IT Alert, security, Windows Leave a Comment

I’ve posted links on Facebook & Twitter in the past, as well as a blog post here and there about privacy and security as it applies to smartphone and mobile computer users. Did you know that for just a few dollars an app can be  purchased, and even installed remotely in some cases on a smart phone that will allow …

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Smile, You’re on Candid Camera! TRENDnet Security Camera Feeds Exploited

JohnMHoyt Business, CCTV, Computer Repair, Computer Sales, Computer Security, Computer Service, Connectivity, IP Surveillance, Secure IT Alert, security Leave a Comment

TRENDnet announced that upwards of 50,000 cameras, comprised of 26 vulnerable models have been identified which are vulnerable to the threat of being used for reverse surveillance. An article on BBC.co.uk indicates that as 7 of the 26 vulnerable models have patches to faulty code already released and the owners would be notified of the available updates. The scary thing …

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