The best real-time CCTV monitoring for your business

2016-06-08 06:00
PHOTO: rose smith  Dynamic Communications & Surveillance  Solutions (DCSS) staff (from left) DCSS Philip Turnbull-Nel (service co-ordinator), Nonhlanhla Smith (service co-ordinator), Wayne Turnbull-Nel (senior office administrator) and Nick Glaeser (senior accounts executive) are happy to assist you with any questions.

PHOTO: rose smith Dynamic Communications & Surveillance Solutions (DCSS) staff (from left) DCSS Philip Turnbull-Nel (service co-ordinator), Nonhlanhla Smith (service co-ordinator), Wayne Turnbull-Nel (senior office administrator) and Nick Glaeser (senior accounts executive) are happy to assist you with any questions.

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THE DCSS facility is designed to monitor live CCTV-based “events” at clients’ premises, 24 hours a day, and forms part of the company’s “full business offering” that includes Samsung PABX telecommunications, voice and data connectivity and office automation.

The company has recently moved offices, still within the Hilton Quarry Centre, to suite 5 opposite Jaxx Restaurant and Coffee Shop.

DCSS has more than quadrupled the capacity of their old control room and are moving forward in terms of growth and improvements to the system. Colleen Glaeser, CEO of the company, explained that the software used by their CCTV systems automate security and create an unblinking guard that monitors for breaches. It allows businesses to create “events” around items, facilities or even people, which are then monitored remotely.

“For instance, you can create an event around a diesel bowser by drawing a box around it to monitor, and anything crossing into that box will trigger an alarm and feed a live video to the business owner’s cellphone and our control room,” she explained.

This is different to most CCTV systems, which record events continuously and forces the business owner to trawl through footage afterwards to find the crime.

“Viewing an event after it has occurred is too late,” Glaeser pointed out. The DCSS CCTV system can be adapted to suit a host of situations.

As a Samsung Platinum partner, of which there are fewer than 10 nationally, DCSS offers clients access to the Samsung PBX brand with its Mobex system that can offer up to a 40% saving on telephone calls and it’s WeVoip system that enables staff to call each other for free on their cellphone.

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