If you own a home, or have kids, or have a business, or own a property that is not your primary residence like a vacation home you just can not be there 24/7/365. You need another set of eyesballs to help you keep an eye on things for you when you can not be there. But how do you do that?
I have three suggestions.
–Spy cameras with built in DVR. These relatively new hidden cameras are disguised as common items you would see in a home or office such as a radio boom box, alarm clock, wall clocks, tower fan, exit sign, power outlet and more. They all have a camera and DVR inside some body worn items even have a microphone.
They use the latest in technology an 8 GB SD card to record images-up to 144 hours worth-for easy playback on your TV or computer.
–IP cameras. They plug directly into a computer or DVR. They use an IP address to transmit video through a network using Ethernet / CAT5 cable allowing you to login remotely and view or playback video from anywhere.
Can you see the possibilities of this type of capability? You can view your business from your home, watch your nanny from the office, or keep an eye on your vacation home from your primary residence as some examples. As a bonus this saves you money with hardware costs
–A USB DVR system. This system is the best value in a surveillance or security system there is. For less than $ 500.00 you get 4 cameras, wiring (without you want wireless) and the USB DVR hardware that transforms your home or office computer into a powerful, global-wide video surveillance system in 5 minutes or less.
With today's technology it is easier and cheaper than ever to keep an eye on the things and people that are important to you. After all you just can not be there 24/7.