From retail outlets through to factories and office units, when it reaches the end of each working day the necessary security measures should always be implemented to protect your premises from the threat of crime. One of the most effective methods of securing the entrances to your property is through the use of quality commercial steel doors and one specialist company has a variety of reliable commercial steel doors that are more than adequate for the job.
Suitable to be fitted to door entrances of varying sizes, all steel doors are easy to use whilst guaranteeing the highest level of performance at all times. With the option to have solid, perforated, punched or tube and link curtain steel, you can rest assured that you will be in no way affecting the aesthetic appeal of your commercial outlet when the doors are down.
Unfortunately, crime has become an everyday occurrence in today’s society so it is vital that you protect your assets to remove the risk of becoming a victim. Commercial properties are seen as easier targets for potential criminals due to the fact that many are left vacant once the workforce has left at the end of the working day. By installing commercial steel doors to your property you will have played your part in initially deterring crime and making it considerably more difficult to enter a building should anyone look to commit a crime where you are.
Steel and roller shutter doors can be mounted either internally or externally and offer a simple and straightforward fitting procedure to reduce the amount of time that a property stands with weakened security levels. A more budget option is to look out for Commercial Steel Door Sets as these can give any door a basic foundation of strength; so many factories and warehouses look out for these ‘sets’.
Doors are specifically designed to withstand heavy and constant use in addition to standing up to the various weather conditions likely to be thrown at them if they are fitted to the exterior of a property. With both manual and automatic openings available to you, there is a reliable steel security door suitable for every business owner no matter what budget you have accessible.
This established company has strived to make the commercial steel doors as competitively priced as possible to give every business owner the opportunity to protect buildings in the best available fashion. Security measures should never be taken lightly so for further information on how a knowledgeable team can assist you to feel free to give them a call or fill out the online contact form.
One of the best ways to protect your camera is to use a good and comfortable camera bag. This will protect the camera from physical shock and protect it from direct sunlight, moisture and rain. Furthermore, the bag helps you keep all accessories in one place without losing them when you want to use them next time. When you’re at home, you should consider a safe, or even putting a lock on your door!
Do not leave the camera under direct sunlight. Protect it with a towel or shade of some kind, so that rays from the sun does not hit directly on the camera or lens body. Direct sunlight on the camera can make it hot and damage the complex electronic circuit inside the camera. Make sure that the towel or any cover you put on top of the camera is not a dark colour since dark colours absorb heat and can make the camera hotter.
In case your camera is exposed to heat, do not use it immediately until it has cooled significantly. Using the camera when it is hot may damage the camera. In fact, try not to move the camera at all when it’s hot. Leave it to cool before handling to prevent any damage.
Electronic giants Apple have claimed that they’re not worried about the predicted drop in customers after their 3 month trial ends in the next few weeks.
“We don’t wake up in the morning and look at the numbers and get stressed about it. We think that, over time, if the product is great, then people will choose our product over other people’s.
It is a coincidence, but it’s a nice coincidence because there’ll be lots of really interesting content, and there’ll be lots of buzz on social media. Our focus is on making Apple Music as great as it gets and the bump from the festival will really help.” (Oliver Schusser, VP of iTunes)
Behold all contactless payment fans in the UK, the payments cap is set to rise on September 1st by an extra £10 to £30 per day.
With contactless payments becoming much more popular, the decision made sense as over £2.32 billion was spent last year via contactless means, compared to £653 million the year before.
The increase in daily payments will also apply to Apple Pay and the upcoming Android version, Android Pay.
Visa welcomed the move, claiming that this will benefit retailers across the country.
“We believe that the new threshold increase to £30 could be the most significant to date, and has the potential to essentially redefine contactless usage. With contactless now accounting for one in 11 in-store Visa transactions, and Britons increasingly embracing the technology, our data shows that the rise could impact as many as 3 million Visa transactions per day in the UK, for a total of over £70 million.” (Kevin Jenkins, Visa)
According to rumours circulating online, Apple’s Siri software will be able to transcribe voicemails in the upcoming iOS10 update.
Similar to Apple’s Visual Voicemail feature, the service will be called iCloud Voicemail and will use a virtual assistant to take calls, record and then convert them to text.
These features are currently being tested by Apple employees before the big receal, so we look forward to seeing if this idea does come to fruition. We predict that it will, seeing as the phone can alsready transcribe voice commands.
Do bear in mind that iOS9 will be released in September, so this voicemail feature is probably still 12 months away before debuting.