Casinos have incredible video surveillance… You can too!

JohnMHoyt Business, CCTV, Cisco, Computer Sales, Computer Security, Computer Service, Connectivity, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, Sales, security, Technology Leave a Comment

I’m away on vacation with my lovely wifey Pamela, and our first stop on the Gulf tour was the IP Casino and Resort in Biloxi, MS, where we met my older brother, his wife and their oldest daughter… While roaming around, it was easy to see that the “eye in the sky” was ever present, and I do mean EVERYWHERE. …

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Remotely viewable network security cameras let you be two places at one time

JohnMHoyt Android, Apple, Business, CCTV, Computer Sales, Computer Security, Connectivity, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, iPhone, Microsoft, Mobile, security, Technology, Windows 2 Comments

I was reminded just how useful cameras can be after watching a segment on the news this morning where a young lady was using an inexpensive app on her iPhone that allowed her to check in on her dog by viewing the camera on her PC. She just happened to catch a burglar in the process! More on that HERE. …

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IP Cam Viewer by Robert Chou is the best surveillance camera viewer for Android!

JohnMHoyt Android, Apple, Business, CCTV, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, iPad, iPhone, John M. Hoyt's Personal Stuff, Product Review, Technology 48 Comments

Since we have cameras at our offices and homes, it was only natural to want to see them on our new Android phones (Samsung Epic 4g). We downloaded every app we could find in the marketplace and tried each of them out. Without a doubt, the best remote camera viewer was “IP Cam Viewer” by Robert Chou. This app is …

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And the winner of our July network security camera giveaway is…

JohnMHoyt Business, CCTV, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, Homeland Secure IT Promotions, security, Technology 2 Comments

badadadadadadadadadadadaadadad (Simulated drum roll)… Hal Westmoreland from AccessAbility Services Inc, of Simponsonville, SC was the lucky winner of the wireless network security / surveillance camera giveaway for July! Congratulations to Hal! Incidentally the first name drawn was Pamela Hoyt, my wife, which somehow didn’t seem fair, so we drew again. I would like to thank everyone for playing our little …

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Don’t forget to sign up to win our security camera giveaway #greenville

JohnMHoyt Business, CCTV, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, Homeland Secure IT Promotions, security, Technology Leave a Comment

Only a few days left until we giveaway the Wireless IP / Network Security Camera so be sure to get signed up to win….. ┬áVisit this URL for more information or hit the “follow me” link over on the right hand side of this page. Next month, we will probably give away some awesome Trend Micro Anti-Virus product!!!!! Thanks for …

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Need new servers or computers? Congress extends amount small businesses may write-off for capital expenditures to 250k!

JohnMHoyt Business, CCTV, Computer Security, Computer Service, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, Homeland Secure IT Promotions, Microsoft, Technology, VoIP (Voice over IP), Windows, Windows Server Leave a Comment

Time to upgrade your server or servers? Need new computers for your business? How about upgrading all your firewalls to the latest technology? New VoIP phone system? CCTV Cameras? Notebooks for all your field reps? Congress extended the amount that small businesses may write-off for capital expenditures in 2010 to $250,000, and that means this may be the best year …

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Wireless WiFi IP Network Surveillance Camera Giveaway! #Greenville #Upstate

JohnMHoyt Business, CCTV, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, Homeland Secure IT Promotions, security, Technology 3 Comments

I present to you: July’s freaky fun thing from Homeland Secure IT… We are going to give away a cool color WiFi IP surveillance camera! These network security cameras are pretty nifty! They feature wireless 802.11b/g connectivity, or wired CAT-5 to your network, as well as full color via a 1/4″ CMOS sensor, with 640×480 resolution at 30fps (full motion). …

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Additional security cameras at Homeland Secure IT

JohnMHoyt Business, CCTV, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, Homeland Secure IT Promotions, security 1 Comment

We have been using Panasonic network cameras which feature PTZ, or Pan, Tilt and Zoom here at Homeland since we moved into this building. They are awesome little cameras and I even use them at our home because they will email me when a car or person is in our driveway or front door, etc. Earlier this week, I ordered …

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Greenville: Network Technology isn’t just Computers, Servers & Software

JohnMHoyt Computer Security, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, Homeland Secure IT Promotions, Microsoft, Technology 1 Comment

I’ve noticed a trend where friends, family and clients alike will feel as though their IT service provider is only there to fix their broken computer. When they need a computer repaired, they call the technician. When they need server service for their business, they call the technician. When they need a new network drop in their office, they call …

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