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Hi guys! Hope everyone is well and enjoying the Christmas break! Firstly can I say thank you so much for providing me with great answers for some of my questions as I don't have many friends working in the CCTV sector it's great I have access to such a good forum. So I have another questions yet again which is that we mainly do installations for supermarkets and shops but not many restaurants and homes, and wanted to ask how people go about installing cameras on plastered walls and ceilings where fishing and wiring walls is a nuisance?
Hi guys! Thought it would be a great idea to sign up to a great forum like this so I can get views and opinions of any products I may come across or any installation queries that may arise! My Name is Jayson, I am a director and installer at Acura Systems Limited. We specialise in CCTV Installations/Repairs and also Computer services! Have been doing it for many years as a sole prop but later then decided to incorporate a company and get this going! Just wanted to introduce myself! Hope you have a great day!
Is an unregulated industry the future? Companies that operate outside the parameters of the BS & EN standards but attempt to offer services within its scope are on the increase...nothing new you say.... ...yes thats true, what is new though is that growing sympathy is swelling for the unregulated and possibly these companies are even seen as forward thinking by some rightly or wrongly, although this debate will certainly cause conflict it does raise an important issue of how and why these companies can offten operate and offer the same services as the regulated? ACPO are currently discu
Bigger = Better? Many barriers currently exist for businesses which are planning to run their own Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC). In the coming months we could potentially see some of those barriers crumble and a whole new way of doing business materialise. Winners & Losers Traditionally setting up an ARC from scratch has been an expensive and time consuming process, which can rely upon expertise in the field to implement and is surrounded by very little shared information or open resources (ARCs for Dummies is not out yet). Existing ARCs face to lose out if more competition en