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1. 'Smart' Technology Invest in products and devices that work with one another as this makes it easy to automate your business. By doing so, systems and processes can be streamlined within your business to make you and your team more efficient and effective.  2. CCTV CCTV enables 24/7 Surveillance of your Property. CCTV enables you to record any criminal activity that occurs on your property which makes it easier to involve law enforcement as you have video footage. In addition to this, CCTV acts as a deterrent as some intruders are less likely to target properties that visibly have CCTV...

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It’s no secret Australian’s love online shopping, especially in today’s current climate online shopping has become an essential part of our everyday lives. But the problem comes when we have busy lives, we are no longer home 24/7. Whether it be work, study, picking up the kids, doing the shopping or going away on vacation, what do you do with the parcels that get delivered to your door while you are out?  While it is not necessarily common, ‘porch pirates’ are a real and pertinent threat. For those that don’t know what a ‘porch pirate’ is, it describes someone that...

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Master Keying In the locksmithing world, the term "Master Key" can be confusing. At a first guess, one may think that this key allows access to any lock on any door. In reality, a master key is a key that can open multiple doors that use the same keying system. These keys can be useful in apartment scenarios, where each tenant has their own key, that opens only their front door. The landlord has a master key, which allows access to every apartment, without having to carry one key for each apartment. Many master key systems work by adding a third...

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Restricted System Basics A Restricted system uses security key blanks which are only available from the locksmith or business that designed and installed the system. In order to request a new key for a restricted system, the person's identification must be verified. Generally speaking, only people who are authorised in the locksmith's database are allowed to receive keys for that system.Becoming authorised for that system generally entails filling out a form & giving your signature to the locksmith so that when you request keys, they can verify it is you that made the request. These authorised people are called signatories...

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