Always Keep an Eye on Your Business With Secure Pacific’s New App

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As the keeper of both residential and commercial securities, we at Secure Pacific understand better than anyone the importance of knowing exactly what’s going on with your things at all times. It’s part of what we do: keeping a constant watch over your home or small business to ensure the true security of what’s most important. So we thought to ourselves, “Why not put this feature in the hands of our customers as well?” Enter Secure Pacific’s new app which allows you to use your smartphone to better monitor your burglar alarm system for retail, small business, or residence. With the Secure Pacific Mobile App, you’ve got security in the palm of your hand, literally. The app features live video feeds utilizing up to six cameras, the ability to control lights and thermostats, setting security system schedules, and much more. With a total of eight different and unique features tailored to various segments of burglar alarm systems, using the Secure Pacific app is a great way … Read More

The Sun is Setting on “Plain Old Telephone Services” and 2G

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As you are probably aware, the telecommunications industry is undergoing a substantial transition in both structure and technology. In doing so, providers can increase the data capacity on their networks. Therefore the “plain old telephone line” that we’re accustomed to no longer truly exists. This may eventually cause troubles with your alarm communication as protocols for new communication technology differ from older technology.

The Secure Pacific Promise

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There are many choices when it comes to security systems, yet most recognize, security isn’t something you want to skimp on. As a locally-owned company serving the Everett, Seattle , Tacoma, Portland and Boise metro areas, we care about what happens to our customers. We like to take an individualized approach and provide smart, efficient solutions. We think our track record speaks for itself.