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What you need to know about video doorbells

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Protecting your home is important, and technology can help. Smart devices—from alarms to cameras—can keep your family safe and give you peace of mind.

 

One of the best smart security products out there is a video doorbell. Using an app on your phone or tablet, these devices allow you to see and speak to someone on your doorstep from any location. Most smart doorbells include motion sensors, and they can record footage of your front door and the area surrounding it. They’re also easy to set up.

 

2shutterstock_709000537.jpgLike all smart home products, video doorbells are connected to Wi-Fi, so make sure you protect them from hackers and online intruders By taking actions like creating strong passwords for both your doorbell’s app and your wireless network. You should also make sure you’re using two-factor authentication, which helps to add an extra layer of security to your online accounts.

 

If you’re thinking about buying a video doorbell, you may want to check with your local police department. Over the past two years, Ring™ has been distributing its video doorbells to precincts in select neighborhoods. Police will either give the devices away or offer a discount of up to $125 for residents to buy them. But be aware that officers may want you to turn over your doorbell’s footage if requested.

 

Want to learn more about video doorbells? Contact an expert. We’re here to help.

 

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