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    12 January 2024
    Hot Dog! CCTV App Alerts Essex Man to Fire Started By His Pup

    You expect a puppy to chew your slippers. You don't expect them to set your house on fire! Here's what happened in Stanford-le-Hope, and how home CCTV linked to an app saved the day - and the dog!

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    13 April 2023
    Why Growing Families Need to Spring Clean Their Home Security

    Secondary school places have been allocated and nearly 96% of pupils got their first choice! Parents in Southend-on-Sea want to keep their "going to big school children" safe and their homes secure. We have some clever ways to help...

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    16 March 2023
    Watch Your Home CCTV Footage On The Go With Mobile & Tablet Apps!

    Home CCTV that you can watch on your mobile or tablet device! This is now one of the most desirable home security system features. Why? Because your entire home CCTV systemcan be in the palm of your hand - you don't need to get out of bed or off the sofa to know what's happening in and around your home!

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    20 July 2022
    Smart Alarm Systems For Busy Business Owners

    Blake’s Smart Alarm Systems can be controlled by your Android or iPhone, from anywhere in the world with a secure internet connection - making the following types of everyday nuisance a thing of the past:

    Did your employee remember to set the alarm before they left your premises?
    How are you going to let the cleaner in when everyone's out of the office?

    Your commercial Smart Alarm eliminates the guesswork and makes your security more effiicient. Scroll to find out how...

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    7 March 2022
    Mobile Tracking App To Protect Your Lone Workers

    The shocking disappearance of Suzy Lamplugh in 1986 highlighted the dangers of lone working - an issue that had previously received little attention.
    The estate agent arranged to meet the mysterious ‘Mr. Kipper’ to show him round a flat in South London. She was never seen again.
    In 1994, Police declared her dead - presumed murdered. We wonder how Suzy's story would have changed if her employer had been able to track her movements...

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