Especially if you just work in a small, open space (i.e., an office or some other such rented room), installing a small webcam to monitor the entire area is a breeze.
For fifteen dollars and less than ten minutes of your time, you can keep watch over your quarters from home, day and night.
Don’t forget to read our reviews to find out how each camera works in practice and whether its day and night video quality is good or not: don’t rely on a manufacturers specifications or claims.
Luckily, there are plenty of video surveillance options available, even if you’re on a budget or if you can’t mount high-tech cameras in your rented apartment.
For example, you can set up a webcam to do your monitoring for you via Cloudcam.
Insurance coverage might ride on your company having a certain number of cameras or a certain amount of areas monitored—for example, an on-site safe, if you have one—but the high initial cost of hiring a dedicated security provider can be daunting, especially for a low-budget startup.
For this reason, a jury-rigged system, however basic, might have to do for the time being.