Top 6 power and connectivity considerations in video surveillance

June 2, 2021

An effective video surveillance solution is the sum of many parts. While it may be easy to focus on the most ‘visible’ elements – such as the cameras and the video recorders – an installation will only meet a customer’s needs if every aspect works effectively and in harmony.

By Jerom Lemke | May 31, 2021

Amazon devices will soon automatically share your Internet with neighbors

June 1, 2021

Amazon's experiment wireless mesh networking turns users into guinea pigs.

DAN GOODIN - 5/29/2021, 3:10 PM

Cybersecurity is (still) a shared responsibility

May 27, 2021

This is an updated version of a blog post I wrote nearly three years ago. That so much of it is still relevant today is evidence – if any were needed – that cybersecurity continues to be an ongoing journey rather than a destination.

By Timo Sachse | May 27, 2021

LG Announces Pro:Centric Catena Display Management System

May 26, 2021

LG's new display management system for businesses allows customers of retail, hospitality and healthcare to stream audio from displays to their device.

May 14, 2021 Zachary Comeau

Johnson Controls, DigiCert team to boost smart building cybersecurity

May 25, 2021

Johnson Controls to leverage the DigiCert IoT Device Manager, built on the DigiCert ONE digital certificate platform, to enable advanced secure connectivity for its OpenBlue smart building solutions.

May 20th, 2021

How smart cameras can solve parking dilemmas

May 20, 2021

Security & Safety Things has partnered with software developer Peter Park to connect smart cameras with other digital security services including payment apps, charging systems, and navigation providers.

May 7th, 2021

What The Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Attack Says About Infrastructure Security

May 19, 2021

The ransomware attack against Colonial Pipeline is a stark warning of the cybersecurity threats faced by critical infrastructure.

May 18, 2021 Zachary Comeau 

7 potential issues with video surveillance in police investigations

May17, 2021

Today’s video surveillance systems are often designed as a preventive element, a tool for real-time monitoring or automatic event assessment. But when it comes to a real crime investigation, nothing is as important as a quality recording

By Guest authors | May 17, 2021

Choosing the Right Digital Signage Solution

May 14, 2021

Digital signage provides businesses with the opportunity to capitalize on the customer experience, which will be even more important as businesses are able to welcome customers back after being closed for the last year. Digital signage will continue to be a way to educate and inform.

May 13, 2021 TD Staff

Achieving the Wow Factor with Limitless dvLED Solutions

May 13, 2021

First impressions are important, and dvLED solutions can provide an astounding impression whether in lobbies, meeting rooms, or other spaces.

May 12, 2021 TechDecisions Staff

CISA, U.S. Agencies Publish Paper On 5G Risks

May 12, 2021

CISA and other U.S. agencies have published a research paper on the potential risks and vulnerabilities associated with 5G networks.

May 11, 2021 TD Staff 

Critical U.S. Pipeline Hit With Ransomware

May 11, 2021

The Colonial Pipeline Company has been hit by a massive ransomware attack from the Darkside hacking group and has been largely offline since Friday.

May 10, 2021 Zachary Comeau 

Building Long-Term Educational AV Out of Short-Term Hybrid Uses

May 10, 2021

In one short year, educational institutions at all levels were tasked with changing the way learning takes place. Let's look at how educational AV technology can be used long term.

May 6, 2021 Brad Price 

Why security, IoT device makers need 'security champions'

May 7, 2021

Leveraging cybersecurity advocates in the product development process can help address vulnerabilities before they become widespread

Joel Griffin
Apr 23rd, 2021

An ‘Enormous’ Amount of IoT Devices Could Be At Risk

May 6, 2021

Experts are warning of vulnerabilities found in 25 widely used real-time operating systems that power commonly used IoT devices.

May 5, 2021 TD Staff

Good intentions: Cabling photos

May 4, 2021

If you're an ICT cabling installation technician using "actual rope" as a cable rack're doing it wrong.

Matt Vincent
Apr 30th, 2021

How Much Are Smart Buildings Really Worth?

May 3, 2021

Arguably, the premier commercial office space market in the U.S. – New York City – is showing signs that office tenants will pay a significant premium on rent for space in a ‘smart’ building.

Posted on September 24, 2018 by Suzanne Trainor

The benefits of remote guarding

April 30, 2021

Recent advances in AI software have turned passive camera systems into proactive security tools

Michael Zatulov
Apr 29th, 2021

Password Manager Compromised In Supply Chain Attack

April 29, 2021

In yet another supply chain attack, a “sophisticated” threat actor has compromised an update of password manage Passwordstate that was available for download for more than two days before the malicious activity was discovered.

April 26, 2021 Zachary Comeau

Pound foolish: Cabling photos

April 28, 2021

There's a British saying that often applies for ICT industry stakeholders encountering misbegotten mountains of "cable fail."

Matt Vincent
Apr 16th, 2021

How surveillance technology can help cities achieve their sustainability goals

April 27, 2021

Sustainability is an objective high on everyone’s agenda. In every nation across the globe, we all have a responsibility and role to play in building a more sustainable future.

By Andreas Göransson | April 27, 2021

The growing issue of organized retail crime (ORC)

April 26, 2021

It’s easy to think of crime in the retail sector as being largely related to small-scale shoplifting, either by individual criminals acting alone, those who are contacts of retail staff, or the staff themselves. However, the issue of organized retail crime (ORC) is growing...

By Hedgie Bartol | April 26, 2021

Banks Turn to Monitoring Technology for Surveillance

April 23, 2021

Banks are quickly adopting sophisticated surveillance systems and artificial intelligence to better monitor employees and customers.

April 19, 2021 Jonathan Blackwood 

Protecting Students and Faculty from University Phishing Attacks

April 22, 2021

University phishing attacks are causing significant financial losses. Here are some phishing prevention tips for colleges & universities.

April 22, 2021 Salvatore Stolfo

4 ways that audio solutions can contribute to a smarter and safer city

April 21, 2021

Discussions around safety and security in smart cities often focus heavily on the visual. This is not unreasonable; cameras are crucially important to any effective security system and with advances in camera technology, they are better than ever.

By Andreas Göransson | April 21, 2021

Back to the future: continuous recording within grasp (once again)

April 20, 2021

Outside of the security sector, the perception that many people have of video surveillance is shaped by what they’ve seen in movies and TV shows; cameras always recording, w...

By Timo Sachse | April 20, 2021

Which Videoconferencing Platform Dominates The Globe?

April 19, 2021

New data sheds light on which videoconferencing platforms lead the market in specific regions, with one major player coming out on top globally.

April 16, 2021 Zachary Comeau

Video Tech for Smart City Success

April 16, 2021

Three IP video-based innovations that can help integrators land new business in this fast-growing vertical market

Kevin Taylor
Apr 9th, 2021

Microsoft Issues Fixes For 108 Vulnerabilities, Including Four In Exchange Server

April 15, 2021

Microsoft’s monthly Patch Tuesday release for April includes fixes for four vulnerabilities in Exchange Server discovered by the NSA.

April 13, 2021 TD Staff

Explosion-protected cameras, explosionproof cameras and flameproof cameras. What’s the difference?

April 14th, 2021

We’ll admit it, the technology industry can be terrible for creating jargon which almost seems designed to confuse rather than bring clarity.

By Jesper Olavi | April 14, 2021

Malicious Cyber Actors Using Website Contact Forms To Send Malware

April 13, 2021

Microsoft says it is tracking a new attach method in which malicious actors use website contact forms to sell malware and steal information.

April 12, 2021 Zachary Comeau

Video Tech for Smart City Success

April 12, 2021

Three IP video-based innovations that can help integrators land new business in this fast-growing vertical market

Kevin Taylor
Apr 9th, 2021

How Interactive Displays Simply Remote Learning for Teachers

April 9, 2021

Two years ago, a school district set a mission to create 'anywhere, anytime' learning with interactive displays. Here's how it paid off during a pandemic.

April 8, 2021 Melissa Fierro 

Much obliged: Cabling photos

April 8, 2021

ICT installation technicians and cabling contractors can definitely say one thing in response to the perennial mounds of cable fail they find in the field.

Matt Vincent
Apr 2nd, 2021

How To Future-Proof Your Hybrid Work Model

April 7, 2021

A move to more professional-grade technology and revamping conference rooms will help organizations set themselves up for the hybrid work future.

April 6, 2021 Zachary Comeau

Fighting fire with cameras – an innovative and logical step forward

April 6, 2021

Thousands of fires are recorded by fire and rescue services every year. These can have wide ranging causes, but the effect is always devastating if not immediately halted...

By Andrea Sorri | April 6, 2021

The New Standard for Wayfinding: Three Technology Features Improving the Visitor Experience

April 5, 2021

New innovations are changing the way business managers approach digital signage, content management and wayfinding to improve visitor experience.

March 30, 2021 Tomer Mann

The New Standard for Wayfinding: Three Technology Features Improving the Visitor Experience

April 2, 2021

New innovations are changing the way business managers approach digital signage, content management and wayfinding to improve visitor experience.

March 30, 2021 Tomer Mann 

Driving toward the future of intelligent traffic with network surveillance technology

April 1, 2021

Congested roadways. Bumper-to-bumper traffic. Beeping horns. Rush hour that actually felt like rush hour. About a year ago much of this disappeared—at least temporarily—as the nation went into lockdown and many people worked remotely.

By E. Anthony Incorvati | March 31, 2021

How thermal cameras boost your surveillance solution

March 31, 2021

Thermal cameras can be used for various applications where accurate detection is crucial. From perimeter protection and detecting changes to ambient temperatures to patient monitoring to ensuring equipment is operating safely and many more.

By Magnus Lundegård | March 31, 2021

How panoramic cameras eliminate blind spots and reduce total cost of ownership

March 30, 2021

The word panoramic originated in the late 18th century as a portmanteau of the words ‘pan’ (all) and the Greek ‘hór?ma’, roughly translated to ‘see’. Together they effectively mean ‘all seeing’, which in the case of panoramic cameras, could not be more apt.

By Olof Leidecker | March 30, 2021

Creative cable fails: Photos

March 29, 2021

In the ICT world as in life, some things fall into the category of, "So bad, they're good." And other things -- are just plain bad.

Matt Vincent
Mar 26th, 2021

Future-proofing video surveillance investments with edge analytics

March 26, 2021

You’ve probably heard of ‘edge analytics’ (or ‘analytics on the edge’) in relation to video surveillance. Put in its simplest form, it relates to increasingly powerful video analytics taking place on the ‘edge’ of the network, i.e. in the camera its...

By Timo Sachse | March 25, 2021

How to Implement a Data-rich Video Surveillance Strategy

March 25, 2021

Central to a data-rich surveillance strategy is understanding the needs of the customer

Stuart Rawling
Sep 11th, 2020

Gameday-ready networks

March 24, 2021

If your network upgrade and expansion was integral to certain demands, such as a time-sensitive launch of a highly anticipated collegiate sports channel, what would you do? What products would be key to accomplishing this?

By Joshua Seawell

Taking a borderless approach to cybersecurity governance

March 23, 2021

Robust cybersecurity has never been more important as cyberattacks continue to increase. In fact, against UK businesses alone, malicious attacks increased by nearly 20% in 2020 as bad actors took ...

By Wayne Dorris | March 23, 2021

Sarcastic ICT: Cabling photos

March 22, 2021

Often, a little irony eases the outlook of ICT structured cabling and connectivity techs when confronted with scenes of abject "cable gore."

Matt Vincent
Mar 19th, 2021

FBI Warns Of Increase in PYSA Ransomware Targeting Education

March 18, 2021

U.S. agencies are warning of an uptick in PYSA ransomware targeting educational institutions in 12 states and the U.K.

March 17, 2021 Zachary Comeau 

How to fix Wi-Fi interference

March 17, 2021

Addressing Wi-Fi interference can include better placement of access points, balancing traffic between the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, beamforming, and eliminating other sources of radio-frequency signals.

By Eric Geier  |   Contributing Writer, Network World | FEB 18, 2021

Love this job: Cabling photos

March 16, 2021

As a great man once wrote: "All you need is love...Love is all you need."

Matt Vincent
Mar 12th, 2021

75% of Orgs Say COVID Made Physical Security More Important

March 15, 2021

Brivo Smart Security Trends Report reveals insights into tech, cloud, and data utilization trends shaping the COVID-19-affected business landscape.

March 10, 2021 TechDecisions Staff 

Why You Should Consider Home Office Technology Solutions

March 12, 2021

With everyone from CEOs to new hires clocking in at home, there is a clear need to provide a wide range of home office technology solutions.

March 11, 2021 Zee Hakimoglu

On-site issues: Cabling photos

March 11,2021

Sometimes from the moment they arrive on-site, the many issues with previous cabling installations are apparent to seasoned ICT technicians.

Matt Vincent
Mar 5th, 2021

Beyond security: Video surveillance's new frontier

March 10, 2021

MIPS 2021 event explores the 'new next' for the technology and how it has been shaped by the pandemic

 Mar 3rd, 2021

IPTV for Business: Connect With Customers, Motivate Employees, & Improve Ops

March 9, 2021

IPTV technology for businesses has matured & creates new ways to harness video to connect with customers, motivate employees & improve operations.

February 25, 2021 Mark D'Addio 

U.S. Officials, Cybersecurity Experts Prepare For Fallout of Microsoft Exchange Server Exploits

March 8, 2021

The allegedly Chinese hacking group that has been exploiting the vulnerabilities discovered in Microsoft’s Exchange servers could be wide-ranging, U.S. officials say.

March 5, 2021 Zachary Comeau

A Guide to Replacing Office Digital Displays

March 5, 2021

Replacing office digital displays doesn't have to be an immense challenge. Follow these pieces of advice from professional integrators.

March 3, 2021 Adam Forziati 

Top 5 things to consider when specifying an integrated security and surveillance system

March 4, 2021

Business owners looking to implement an integrated security and surveillance solution can find the range of options available confusing. The large choice of hardware and software products offer a seemingly endless array of specifications. For insta...

By Christina Behle | March 4, 2021 

Badly misguided: Cabling photos

March 3, 2021

Mistakes happen in the ICT cabling and connectivity trade. The solution? Do better!

Matt Vincent   Feb 25th, 2021

Improving livability in smart cities: How cameras and sensors add value

March 2, 2021

According to a study from the UN, over half of humanity – 56.2 per cent, 3.5bn people – currently lives in cities and this number is estimated to rise to 5bn people (60.4 per cent) by 2030. This growth in urban populations has driven the adoption of technology in the management of city infrastructure and systems, with governments investing billions in so-ca...

By Andrea Sorri | March 2, 2021 

A New Generation of Wi-Fi to Improve Your Home Network

Febuary 25, 2021

The technology, Wi-Fi 6, is designed to reduce congestion from devices. We put it to the test.

By Brian X. Chen   Feb. 24, 2021

Cybersecurity Training For End Users Needs To Evolve

Febuary 24, 2021

With end users and human error an appealing target for hackers, IT departments and  security professionals need to invest more in cybersecurity training.

February 23, 2021 Zachary Comeau

If Your Organization Needs HiFi Music Streaming, Spotify Can Help Now

Febuary 23, 2021

Spotify is already a consumer-recognized name. But will its new HiFi music streaming service find footing in business & leisure environments?

February 22, 2021 Adam Forziati

Ethernet: Why your home office could use more of it

Febuary 22, 2021

Nearly 50 years old, this networking technology remains one of the best ways to connect home and office equipment to the internet. We review the many options.

By Jason Perlow for Tech Broiler | February 18, 2021

Which Technology Best Fits the Need – Comparing LCD and dvLED Solutions

Febuary 18, 2021

Over the past decade, video walls have become an increasingly popular digital signage choice. This is because they are particularly effective at engaging people and delivering messages with impact. When proceeding with a video wall solution, determining whether to use LCD or direct view LED is the primary question.

How IP intercoms can enhance video surveillance systems

Febuary 19, 2021

Customer attitudes and demands have continued to shape the security sector, driving ongoing market and industry changes. As a result, new use cases have emerged for security and safety, related to building access, communication and control across a variety of sectors. These have set the scene for security professionals to rethink how intercom technology is bei...

By Karl Hill | February 18, 2021

Using video surveillance to reduce retail shrinkage

Febuary 17, 2021

With competition from online retailers and changes to in-store shopping habits, securing profit margin is becoming more important than ever. Loss of inventory through theft – either by employees or customers – can represent a significant challenge to retai...

By Addy Ho | February 17, 2021

Best cable management: Photos

Febuary 16, 2021

"Best" is always a relative term -- but when it comes to superior cable management, seasoned ICT installers usually know "pretty decent" when they see it.

Matt Vincent  Feb 11th, 2021

A Guide to Replacing Office Speakers: What IT Needs to Know

Febuary 15, 2021

Replacing office building speakers & office ceiling speakers requires IT departments to consider application, cost, & the availability of a trusted partner.

February 10, 2021 Adam Forziati

Officials: Hacked Florida Water Treatment System Was Running Windows 7

In addition to running an unsupported version of windows, operators at the Oldsmar water treatment plant used the same password for remote access.

February 11, 2021 Zachary Comeau

Out of control: Cabling photos

Febuary 11, 2021

Wise ICT installation techs and others in the IT configuration sphere must take the little green guy's famous words to heart.

Matt Vincent  -  Feb 5th, 2021

Office Building Energy Management Tips for IT Departments

Febuary 10, 2021

Facilities which employ office building energy management systems could see a dramatic savings of 15 to 30 percent. This is what IT needs to know.

January 27, 2021 Adam Forziati

SonicWall Issues Patch For Zero-Day Vulnerability

Febuary 9, 2021

SonicWall has issued a patch for products affected by a zero-day vulnerability that could allow a remote-code execution attack.

February 4, 2021 Zachary Comeau

Cisco Urges Customers To Patch Small Business Routers

Febuary 8, 2021

Cisco says customers using its small business routers should upgrade the firmware to fix vulnerabilities that could give remote attackers access.

February 5, 2021 Zachary Comeau

Cybersecurity as the foundation for smart cities

Febuary 5, 2021

Cybersecurity across all of a city’s departments, functions and systems has always been a challenge. As city infrastructure becomes more connected in themselves, and include millions of new connected devices and sensors, they never been more vulnerable.

By Andrea Sorri | February 5, 2021

A Few Cable Management Tips for Remote Workers

Febuary 4, 2021

Here we are, nearly a year into remote work due to a pandemic, and I’ve still not quite managed my work desk situation. Mind you, it’s fairly organized and not nearly as chaotic as it was when I began working from home, but the cable management could use improvement. I guess this isn’t surprising. IT […]

February 2, 2021 Adam Forziati

How COVID-19, Unified Communications, and Audiovisual Tech Are Shaping The Future Of Education

Febuary 3, 2021

After a crash course in distance learning & virtual education, higher ed institutions are doubling down on the tech needed to support new ways of learning.

January 26, 2021 Zachary Comeau

D-Link empowers Wi-Fi smart home transformations

Febuary 2, 2021

At the virtual CES 2021 Show, D-Link introduced its latest mydlink smart home solutions line.

Jan 13th, 2021

How to boost your WiFi performance when everyone's at home

Febuary 1, 2021

Mom is Zooming for a work meeting. Dad's on Netflix. And Junior is gunning down bad guys on one screen while streaming his biology class on another. As the COVID era drags on, can there possibly be enough bandwidth for all?

JANUARY 27, 2021

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The Year Ahead in Broadband Networks

January 29, 2021

This year we will see a marked acceleration in several key broadband network trends, brought on by global COVID-related changes to work, education, and entertainment as well as momentum in next-generation network investments.

Tom Cloonan
January 21, 2021

Seven basic security tips to aid business emergency planning

January 28, 2021

Security professionals must integrate security mitigation into their emergency planning to ensure smooth business operations

Devin Partida
Jan 19th, 2021

Too many fingers: Cabling photos

January 27, 2021

Too many ICT chefs sure can spoil the structured cabling and connectivity broth.

Author : Matt Vincent  |  Jan 15th, 2021

Access control in retail: scalability and security in a unified solution

January 26, 2021

The retail landscape is constantly shifting, and retailers are seeking to both optimize their offering to fit the changing needs of the market and increase efficiencies in their own operations. The connection of devices and technologies through the Internet of

By Carl Staël von Holstein | January 26, 2021

Report: Video surveillance market poised for strong rebound in wake of Covid

January 25, 2021

New research from Memoori predicts industry growth will be influenced by the evolution of tech, geopolitical challenges

Jan 21st, 2021

All the Types of TV Tech You Can Choose From in 2021

January 22, 2021

On the one hand, picking a television set is a simple job: Get the most expensive one you can afford from a brand you like. On the other hand, there are so many types of screen technology and associated labels and acron.....

David Nield ,  January 21, 2021 | 9:00AM

5 Trends That Will Impact Collaboration In 2021

January 21, 2020

Video and audio, deeper integrators enabling seamless workflows and asynchronous collaboration are some top collaboration trends to look for in 2021.

January 12, 2021  Zachary Comeau

Delivering dependable technology today, for tomorrow’s smart cities

January 20, 2021

Cities are in constant flux, with authorities expected to develop them to provide a high quality of life for their citizens. At the same time, those authorities must be prepared for future tren.....

By Andreas Göransson | January 20, 2021

Artificial intelligence on the edge: the opportunities for video surveillance

January 19, 2021

By Andres Vigren | January 19, 2021

In the world of video surveillance, one of the primary benefits of edge computing will be the ability to undertake advanced analytics using artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning within cameras themselves.

The easy way to publicly stream video from IP cameras

January 18, 2021

By Guest authors | June 22, 2020

Today’s security cameras do far more than just monitor their surroundings for threats. We’re seeing more and more businesses wanting to make their live videos available to the public. From hotels using their online camera connection to show the beau

Report: People ‘vastly underestimate how often home networks are targeted’

January 15, 2021

New Comcast research provides insights on the state of cybersecurity in American homes

By: Daniel Urie
Nov 30th, 2020

Top reasons why a small business can benefit from video surveillance

January 14, 2021

Small business owners work hard. Arriving first and leaving last, they often take their work home with them to ensure their business is as successful as possible. Because of this, many business owners don’t take vacations and, when they do, they spend a lot of time worrying about how things are running in their absence. A top concern for small businesses is theft, as it can have dev

By Larry Chay | October 30, 2019

Wide-open spaces: Big spectrum gains to boost Wi-Fi capability in 2021

Janurary 13, 2021

Recent FCC moves to open new spectrum to unlicensed users is about to expand enterprise Wi-Fi in a big way.

By Jon Gold

Senior Writer, Network World | DEC 14, 2020 8:16 AM PST

How AV over IP Is Revolutionizing Modern Audiovisual Systems

January 12, 2021

Posted on January 18, 2019 by Florante Ancheta

The concept of “AV over IP” has been around for longer than most people realize. Unfortunately, many folks haven’t even heard of the idea of using your home or business network as a means of transporting Audio, High Definition an...

Wi-Fi technology with fibre-optic-like performance for Industry 4.0

January 11, 2021

by Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

Despite significant advances in wireless technology, the manufacturing industry continues to turn to wired forms of communication such as Ethernet or fiber optics for its most critical tasks. A new study by Cristina Ca...

Organizing Your Technology Budget: What You Need to Know about IT Budget Planning

January 8, 2021

December 28, 2020  Adam Forziati 

Ultimately, there’s nothing we could say here which would be more valuable to IT budget planning and allocation than this: you need to have a strategic plan. Any allocations you make in a budget ultimately need to serve the business or organization’s master plan, so a budget is essentially useless without that starting point. But where else […]

How does surveillance help make a smarter, safer city?

January 7, 2021

By Andrea Sorri | December 21, 2020

What is a Smart City? There are many different ways to answer the question “what is a smart city”, as there are a lot of potential factors that can make a city “smart”. However, there is no universally accepted definition of a smart city; it varies between cities and countries, depending on their level of

What is wired backhaul, and should your mesh network be using it?

January 6, 2021

Over the years, mesh Wi-Fi has become a very popular choice. The ability to blanket your entire home with Wi-Fi coverage with just a few access points in range of one another is incredible, and it's especially useful if you have a larger residence.

The multiple benefits of video sureveillance in manufacturing

January 5, 2021

By Christina Behle | January 4, 2021

Manufacturing is a complex business, and manufacturing plants feature a number of areas of potential security risk and health and safety guidelines to adhere to.

Test and review of 4 Wi-Fi 6 routers: Who's the fastest?
January 4, 2021

We tested Wi-Fi 6 routers from Extreme, Cisco, EnGenius and Meraki to find out whether these access points deliver on the latest standard's promise of better throughput, and we reviewed each device.

By Eric Geier

Contributing Writer, Network World | JUN 30, 2020 2:40 PM

High hopes: Cabling photos

January 4, 2021

As the old song goes, "All tied up, no more love and I'd hate to see you waiting..." Could they have been singing about shoddy cable management?

Matt Vincent
Nov 6th, 2020

US Data and Voice

January 4, 2021

Happy holidays from US Data and Voice!! Unfortunately, it is also that time of year where theft is at its highest. One of the most important things you can purchase for your small business or home is a CCTV system. From loss prevention, employee monitoring, security for employees and customers, and piece of mind are just some of the things a CCTV system can help your company with. At U.S. Data and Voice we specialize in video surveillance and would love to help you pick out the system that would best fit your needs. Visit us at or call us at (888) 500-8738 to schedule your FREE consultation now!!