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Setting up Camera Surveillance in your office

Setting up surveillance cameras has become a necessity for the workplace and even homes. With the evolution of technology and internet and costs going down on local and cloud storage, surveillance systems have become accessible to all. All surveillance systems are setup with one common goal – security, be it to monitor employees, prevent unauthorized access, legal requirements etc. Since security is the main concern there are a lot of things that need to be considered before installing a camera surveillance system because an incorrect setup will be vulnerable to external threats and will defeat the purpose the system was setup for in the first place. In this article we will discuss a few guidelines and things to keep in mind when installing a camera system at your workplace or home.

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Windows 10 – Should I upgrade or should I wait?

Microsoft pulled the plug on its free Windows 10 upgrade offer on the 29th July 2016 and followed up with a 1 year Anniversary Update on the 2nd of August. For many the free upgrade was reason in itself to upgrade, but now since its not free anymore its more of a financial decision than a dilemma. Just a small prehistory –¬†Windows 8 was not met with the enthusiasm Microsoft expected and the same sentiment was transferred over to Windows 10 which is why people have been hesitant to upgrade to Windows 10. In this article we will look at some pros and cons of upgrading to Windows 10.

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Ransomware 2016 – How valuable is your data?

Wikipedia sets the inception of the first form of ransomware back to 1989 and with the evolution of technology ransomware has become one of the most dangerous forms of malware that has wrecked havoc on individual and business data alike. Although incidents have been reported as early as 1986, the latest versions of ransomware or cryptolocker as it is popularly known although there are different versions with different names are far more sophisticated. They not only infect the local machine but also infect removable devices and devices connected on the network. Are you or your organization prepared for this threat?

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Welcome to Logical Edge Services Inc

Welcome to our blog. With the redesign of our website we decided to add a blog section in order to keep our visitors informed of the happenings in the world of technology. Logical Edge Services Inc is a IT service provider catering to the Los Angeles County and surrounding areas which include the San Fernando Valley, San Diego, Los Angeles, Ventura County, Oxnard, Fullerton and many more. We have been in the industry for over 20 years and have a vast experience in the IT industry with our support backed up by a team of professional, experienced and talented members. We work with our clients as partners so that we can provide them with solutions that best suite their business requirements.

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