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:
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A Smart Alarm is typically a wireless system because it is far less disruptive to install than its hard-wired counterpart. Click here to read our Wired vs Wireless Alarm comparison.
However, they connect to a secure cloud server which allows you to control and monitor your system via your mobile phone, tablet or PC - from anywhere in the world.
If the alarm is triggered, it sends a message to the secure cloud, which is then 'forwarded' to your mobile phone in seconds.
If you have a monitored business alarm that qualifies for Police response, the alarm receiving centre (ARC) can determine the situation for you. Otherwise, you can contact the Police yourself after receiving the mobile notification.
All is not lost! Your business will still be safeguarded.
In the event of a power cut or router failure, your Smart Alarm will continue to function normally on back-up batteries. However, without an internet connection, you cannot remotely control your alarm or IP cameras from your mobile app.
Once your internet or mains power is back up and running, the secure cloud and mobile app will continue to work normally.
All you need is a secure Wi-Fi or mobile data connection and you can do all of the following from your phone:
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Your Smart Alarm app gives you peace of mind and complete control over your business security.
Manage your business security in one place by linking your CCTV system to your Smart Alarm app. You can switch between alarm settings and live CCTV footage of your building. You can even check in while you're on holiday...
Received a mobile notification that your business alarm has been triggered? Switch to CCTV view to ascertain what caused the alert in real-time.
From July 2016 - June 2017 there were 187,802 cases of 'non-domestic burglary' and a further 6,599 cases of 'robbery of business property' in England and Wales.
It only takes a burglar 8 minutes to ransack your business and leave with your most valuable assets. For some businesses, that could be retail stock and for others, it could be computer equipment that contains confidential client information - the disappearance of which could land you in legal trouble.
Those 8 vital minutes could be while everyone's out at a work lunch, or when your shift workers are occupied out the back and no one is monitoring the reception area.
Smart Alarms keep business security hassle to a minimum - so it's the ideal way to stop your premises, staff and assets from being vulnerable to a break in.
How do I get a Smart Alarm to safeguard my business?
A Smart Alarm is a complex piece of equipment. To ensure your business is safeguarded properly and your alarm won't fail when you need it most, it should only be installed by a competent, accredited security installer - like Blake's.
Blake's offer free business security surveys. One of our experienced engineers can check your premises and design a system that meets your needs and budget! We'll also help you and your staff to set up the Smart Alarm app!
Click the green button below to get your questions answered by an expert or get the ball rolling by booking your free security survey.