Mar 5, 2019
-Jerry starts the show on a positive vibe to take a moment to
pat yourself on the back and appreciate what you do.
-Joe reminds us to check reports on our clients and what we
earn per client. Among other things to review once a year or
-Jerry works with Synology’s Surveillance Station in
conjunction with IP cameras and gives us his experience
-This peaks Sam’s curiosity because as his clients are looking
for a camera solution, he is concerned about services that all
require a valid internet connection to record data.
-Access cameras are what Joe uses for most of his
-Joe paints a picture of a solid, bullet proof solution with
local storage, PoE, etc. and talk of how clients can push back by
seeing inexpensive options at retail stores.
-Jerry talks of a possible push back on cloud services in the
-Surveillance Station licensing can work with 2 cameras for
free and add-ons are two at a time
-Masking and motion detection are nice feature sets that make
it a very worthwhile solution
-Jerry concurs and gives us all a lesson on the distinct
difference between shenanigans and hijinks
-On the heels of this conversation, Jerry gets into a story of
setting up a new camera at a school and working with a
subcontractor whose work was less than stellar.
-To turn that towards our own businesses, the team talks about
dealing with their own employees when jobs go longer than expected
or a learning curve is involved.
-Stories about running cabling or drilling at client sites
create some amusing situations, even if they didn’t feel that way
at the time.
-Continuing the conversation of working with subcontractors or
electricians, each of the guys share their stories of