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Internet of Things

Three Things To Look For In A Property Automation System

An increasing number of property managers, from residential and multifamily, to short and long-term rentals, are investigating the benefits of smart home technology to automate their properties. They want what others are realizing; greater convenience and safety for their residents and guests, and more efficient operations and lower costs for their management company.  But it doesn’t take long for smart-shopping…

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Choosing the Right Smart Home Upgrades for Your Winter Rental Property

Anyone who loves skiing or snowboarding is likely to head to the mountains in the upcoming months to relax and enjoy the winter sports. That means that smart homeowners and investors will take the time to review the amenities in their winter vacation rental property before these vacationing guests arrive.  Winter vacation rental properties can be great investments depending on…

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How to Prepare Your Home for Travel With Smart Technology

No matter how secure your neighborhood feels, leaving your home alone while you’re traveling may come with a touch of anxiety. After all, the most recent FBI statistics on property crime reveal the following: More than 7 million property crime offenses happened in the United States in 2018. The rate of property crime was almost 2,200 per 100,000 inhabitants in…

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What Makes a Smart Home “Smart”? The Answer Is Automation

Managing a single property requires a great deal of time and attention to detail. You need to watch for leaky faucets, pipe-freezing temperatures, HVAC maintenance issues and a whole lot more. Moreover, if you spot a problem, it requires even more time to meet repair people at your home. A smart home system can relieve many of these burdens, but…

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California IoT Law and Regulating the Internet of Things

As the world has come to rely increasingly on technology, everything has shifted to reflect that focus, including criminal activity. Hardly a month goes by without news of a new hacking incident in which criminals accessed the private information of consumers. This is particularly an issue given the vast numbers of interrelated computing devices on the market today. California is…

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