Blog

blog3

Remote Video Surveillance

Posted by in Blog Posts | 0 comments

Quality Remote Video Surveillance

remote-header

Today’s technology makes it possible to create a state-of-the-art surveillance system that surpasses any level of security available before today. Digital Video Recording can put the finishing touches on your surveillance, allowing you to turn your computer into a commercial grade security system complete with remote video surveillance. The DVR card integrates a color quad processor, motion sensors, multiplexer, pan & tilt, CCTV monitor, and time lapse recorder without the need for separate components.

The tapeless system automatically stores footage on a hard drive. This hard drive can then be accessed remotely from any computer in the world. Remote video can be seen as live footage or after the fact, if suspicious activity has occurred.

woman-laptop2

Because there are so many variables involved in purchasing remote video surveillance, you should be aware of the various terms to ensure that you are purchasing the right system for your needs:

Frame Rate – The number of images recorded per seconds per camera
Resolution – Size of the recorded image
Remote Video – Offsite viewing of live and recorded video images
Cyclic Recording – Process by which the oldest recording is replaced by the newest recording

Contact your System Design Specialist Today for a free onsite quote!

Smart Home Controls with Complete Video Surveillance and Alarm

Posted by in Blog Posts | 0 comments

Blog72214.alarms-dsc13

2GIG/DSC Home Alarms in Austin – Smart Home Controls with Complete Video Surveillance and Alarm
At Dyezz Surveillance, we offer top quality equipment to ensure complete security.  We utilize both 2GiG and DSC Alarm Systems that also allow for a variety of other functions such has Remote Viewing from any Smartphone, Tablet, or Computer; Control your Thermostat, Lock/Unlock your doors remotely, ARM/DisARM your Alarm, Turn on/off your lights or any other Z-wave compatible devices.

Check out the Demos!!!

http://alarminaustin.com/

UPDATE ON DYEZZ @ THE ZOO!

Posted by in Blog Posts | 0 comments

http://www.keyetv.com/news/features/top

blog71714.2

 

blog71714

Check us out in print or online!

Posted by in Blog Posts | 0 comments

http://issuu.com/getnside/docs/nsidetx_bz_sa_janfeb2014

Blog71514.1

DIY HOME SAFETY

Posted by in Blog Posts | 0 comments

9 easy and free ideas
  1. Enlist local police. Local police departments typically will send a trained officer to your home to do a “walk through” with you, pointing out your vulnerabilities and suggesting simple fixes. Check your police department’s website for crime statistics and tips. For example, here is the Los Angeles Police Department’s detailed list of home-security tips for residents. Remember to alert police when you’ll be out of town.
  2. Chat up the neighbors. Join the local Neighborhood Watch program or start one. Chatting with neighbors updates you on local crime problems and enlists allies who’ll watch your home while you’re away. Neighbors are terrific watchdogs. My retired neighbor up the hill who likes peering out his window through a giant telescope spotted and chased a pre-dawn intruder from my garden once.
  3. Use your locks. Even if your neighborhood feels safe, make locking up a habit. Burglars often test a home by knocking on a door and, if no one answers, opening it. Keep every exterior door and window locked, including the door between the garage and house.
  4. Fake it. Getting a dog is a great security move. But if you can’t, pretend to have one, McGoey advises. Buy a couple “Beware of Dog” signs at a hardware store and put them up. When a stranger is at the door, make a show of putting the “dog” in the other room before you open the door.
  5. Install dummy security cameras (about $5).
  6. Paste a local security company’s sticker on your front window.
  7. Keep the place looking lived in. Rotate lights on timers when you’re gone. Sign up for USPS’ Hold Mail service, reschedule expected deliveries and get friends to drop by randomly to water plants or just walk around.
  8. Trim shrubs. Bushy trees and shrubs provide cover for bad deeds. Keep the foliage well-trimmed.
  9. Use your head. “Don’t open the door — and don’t let kids open the door — to uninvited strangers,” McGoey tells MSN Real Estate. Stay home when workers are in or around your home. Don’t put keys in obvious places like fake rocks and under pots and doormats. “Train children (especially teens) to keep key locations, alarm codes and other family security information private from their friends,” the article adds.

 

4 cheap fixes
  1. Light the night. Install bright, motion-triggered security lights outside the front and back of your home. Battery-powered lights start at around $10 each. Hard-wired products start at around $50.
  2. Replace the door … or don’t. The best entry doors are solid wood ($100 and up) or 16-gauge minimum steel ($120 and up), says the Los Angeles Police Department. Use non-removable hinge pins and avoid doors with glass windows unless the glass is burglar-resistant. Consumer Reports’ test of entry doors found, however, that a strong door frame may count more than the door: “All [doors] eventually failed because the doorjamb split near the lock’s strike plate, though we also found that beefed-up locks and strike plates can greatly increase a door’s kick-in resistance.”
  3. Install a high-quality deadbolt – or two. Whatever you do, don’t rely on a simple knob lock (built into the door handle) alone. Install a deadbolt above a knob lock. McGoey recommends:
  • Use a solid core or metal door for all entrance points.
  • Use a quality, heavy-duty deadbolt lock with a 1-inch throw bolt.
  • Use a quality, heavy-duty knob-in-lock set with a dead-latch mechanism
  • Use a heavy-duty, four-screw strike plate with 3-inch screws to penetrate into a wooden door frame.
  • Use a wide-angle 160-degree peephole mounted no higher than 58 inches.

BUG DETECTiON

Posted by in Blog Posts | 0 comments

Blog71014.1

 

Blog71014.2

 

Today’s technology grows by leaps and bounds, which can be good for business, but can also increase your threat of security breaches from employees as well as those from the outside. When your sensitive information or intellectual property is compromised or stolen, your entire business could be at risk. In order to prevent this from occurring, the professionals at Dyezz offer quality bug detection services to protect your business. We help to eliminate the risk of sophisticated eavesdropping that can be done with the high tech equipment and bugging devices that pose a threat to businesses today.