camera-lensFollow these few steps to clean your CCTV Lens

Step 1: Before cleaning the lens of your CCTV camera you should first of all turn it off otherwise you may accidentally spoil its electronic system. Moreover by stopping the working of your camera you can also clean the body of your surveillance camera along with its lens.

Step 2: Now you can use a can of compressed air to blow air on the lens for cleaning dust and dirt accumulated on its surface.

Step 3: You can also alternatively blow air from your mouth, if can of compressed air is available to you. But while blowing air from your mouth you should be careful for the creation of moisture on the outer surface of CCTV lens.

Step 4: You should now wipe the lens of your camera with a piece of microfiber cloth. Microfiber cloth is very soft and smooth cloth which is preferably used for cleaning camera lens to avoid scratches on their sensitive surface. You can get microfiber cloth from optical shops or any other cloth retail store for this purpose. Other type of cloth with harsh fibers can scratch the surface of CCTV camera lens which can adversely affect its efficiency.

Step 5: Application of a good quality lens cleaner solution is the next CCTV lens cleaning step after wiping the lens with microfiber cloth. This solution can be bought from the online or offline retail stores dealing in security system maintenance products. You should buy this solution carefully as it may not damage the coating on the lens.

Step 6: You can also moist the surface of your CCTV lens by breathing directly on it as an alternative, if suitable lens cleaner solution cannot be arranged easily. The moisture created by your breath will serve the purpose of a lens cleaner at such situation. You can wipe out the moisture with a piece of microfiber cloth for easy and effective cleaning of your camera lens.

Thus the 6 easy steps briefly discussed above can help you in cleaning your CCTV lens successfully for availing its effective services.

For consultation, sales, maintenance and installation of CCTV cameras call 08083846345, 08113898227, also click https://www.sbtelecoms.com/products-services/cctv-solution/ to view different Surveillance cameras we have in stock.

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productivity3-jpgThe place of work- be it an office, factory or any other organization- is not a set up where people get paid for just being present or turning up for a few hours. The salary is an exchange for actual work done. Indeed, the amount of work completed reflects a worker’s productivity which, in turn, is determined by a series of factors beside qualifications and experience.

It is not rocket science that the level of employees’ productivity in an organization is largely responsible for the profit-making ability of the organization and its survival in the long run.

However, employee productivity or performance is dependent on a series of factors many of which are determined by the employer and the environment provided for the workforce.

It is up to the business owner or manager to find the most effective ways of deriving the best out of the workforce. The manager may feel his/her job is only to recruit the best and most qualified people for the task at hand but the truth is that these employees could help  transform the business completely if they are made to work happily and show their true potential.

In these tough economic times it is quite understandable that most companies are looking for any number of ways to cut cost. While they look into many aspects of their business, they often overlook one simple area that could save a lot of money. And that is by tracking time and attendance.

But time and attendance tracking goes beyond automated clock-in system. It is a process of demanding accountability and rewarding judicious use of time against the backdrop of per capita productivity. Therefore, to track performance, a time and attendance system is a priceless tool for organizations of all sizes.

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22 Sep SystemSpecs Commissions Multiple Access Control Systems

partner_systemspecsSystems Specs a leading software provider in Nigeria with a clear understanding of the importance of a fully secure environment has deployed our smart Access Control solution to complement their existing security apparatus to safeguard lives and property on their premises .

Systems Specs joins an array of our Access Control clientele such as GTBank (nationwide), Lagos Court of Appeal, Kimberley Clark, Nigachem, 141 WorldWide, amongst many others.

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  • Map out a safe route to school or bus stop. Avoid crossing busy roads and intersections.
  • If your child rides a bus, make sure they are familiar with the route and can recognize their bus stop before school starts.
  • Make sure your child or children know their full name, birth date, home address, and phone number or numbers for parents or other responsible adult.
  • Talk to you children about the importance of not talking to strangers. Tell them what to do if a stranger approaches them. Make sure they understand to never accept a ride from a stranger.
  • If your child has a cell phone, warn them about the dangers of distracted walking and the possibility of a thief snatching the phone out of their hands.
  • Talk to your children about how to resolve issues with other children and how to deal with bullies.
  • Keep an eye on your child’s Internet use. Monitor what sites they visit and who their friends are on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and etc.
  • Talk to them about the sexual predators who pose as children on social media and interactive games.
  • If your child or children are home alone after school, tell them to lock the doors and do not answer the door for anyone.Ensure they check in with you upon their arrival.

If you choose to post your child’s first day at school pic on social media, be careful what information you reveal

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eyes safety tips

  • Know your family’s eye health history to enable you know if anyone has been diagnosed with a disease or condition since many are hereditary.
  • Eat right to protect your sight. Research has also shown there are eye health benefits from eating fish high in omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon, tuna, and halibut.
  • Maintain a healthy weight as being overweight increases your risk of developing diabetes and other systemic conditions, which can lead to vision loss, such as diabetic eye disease or glaucoma.
  • Wear protective eyewear when playing sports or doing activities around the home.
  • Smoking is as bad for your eyes as it is for the rest of your body as it has been to an increased risk of developing cataract, and optic nerve damage, all of which can lead to blindness.
  • Be cool and wear your shades. Their most important job is to protect your eyes from the sun’s ultraviolet rays.
  • Give your eyes a rest. If you spend a lot of time at the computer or focusing on any one thing, try the 20-20-20 rule: Every 20 minutes, look away about 20 feet in front of you for 20 seconds. This can help reduce eyestrain.
  • To avoid the risk of infection, always wash your hands thoroughly before putting in or taking out your contact lenses.


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08 Sep EKO Pearl Towers Welcome TAMS

EKO Pearl Towers, part of the multi-billion dollar EKO Atlantic City located on the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean on Victoria Island has deployed the award-winning TAMS solution. With a strong desire to manage its massive staff strength against time theft and tardiness as it continues the rapid development of the luxury project, EKO Pearl also enjoys the human resources management and remittance payroll functionalities embedded in the solution.

TAMS, which is growing in popularity with organizations of all sizes, is an affordable and easy-to-use workforce management tool with functions such as payroll, appraisal, vacation, leave management and remittance- all at the fingertip of the business owner or administrator.

Launched in Lagos in June 2014, EKO Pearl Towers comprises five luxury towers, namely White Pearl, Black Pearl, Indigo Pearl, Champagne Pearl and Aqua Pearl. The project is aimed at giving residents the opportunity to celebrate family life in Nigeria to its fullest- with all that is expected from 21st century comforts and conveniences.

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Avoid building in a floodplain.

Clear drainage and avoid littering your environment with dirt’s.

Construct barriers (levees, beams, flood walls) to stop floodwater from entering your home.

Seal walls in basements with waterproofing compounds to avoid seepage.

If a flood is likely in your area, listen to the radio or television for information.

If advised to evacuate your home, do so immediately.

If there is any possibility of a flash flood, move immediately to higher ground.

Turn off utilities at the main switches or valves if instructed to do so. Disconnect electrical appliances.

Do not walk through moving water. As little as 6 inches (15 centimeters) of moving water can make you fall.

If you have to walk in water, wherever possible, walk where the water is not moving. Use a stick to check the firmness of the ground in front of you.

Do not drive into flooded areas. If floodwaters rise around your car, abandon the car and move to higher ground if you can do so safely.

Do not touch electrical equipment if you are wet or standing in water.

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Record your expenses
Make a budget
Plan on saving money
Set savings goals
Decide on your priorities
Different savings and investment strategies for different goals
Make saving money easier with automatic transfers

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06 Sep How to Boost Productivity During a Recession


Recession is a period of temporary economic decline during which trade and industrial activities experience a downturn. It is generally identified by a fall in gross domestic product (GDP) in two successive quarters. During this period, companies both big and small struggle for survival, thus bringing about calculated strategies like austerity and cost-cutting measures to make room for necessary savings.

However, in a constantly changing world where technology is advancing at a rate faster than nearly everyone can keep up with, most companies have a hard time tackling change. We are, after all, human and would rather stick to tried methods even if they are outdated.

Clearly, change is inevitable if the wheels of business must be kept in motion. Fortunately, there is an assortment of innovative tools and solutions waiting to be tapped to navigate the process and help businesses avoid contraction. For instance, seeing that organizations spend so much on communications, a cost-effective solution to mitigate such costs is the Closed-User Group (CUG) which enables people in the same group to call one another at a hugely discounted rate.

Critically too is the productivity boosting biometric time attendance solution that provides real-time data on the performance of your human resources and ensures that work inputs, payroll, compensation as well as reward systems are accurate and transparent.

This solution has been known to enhance steps that human resource experts have outlined such as defining work-related expectations; training managers to be more supportive of employees; striving for employee loyalty; focusing on results and pay for performance.

Some economists have suggested that the most exciting time for businesses to grow is in a recession. Thus, it is not advisable for your business to stand still while competitors enjoy the propitious benefits of having at their fingertips the vital human resources data that will boost employee commitment and productivity.
Contact us today at TAMS Nigeria for free consultation on best solutions that suits this time.

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31 Aug Sosai Energies Commissions TAMS

Sosai Energies, the foremost Energy & infrastructure solution provider in Nigeria and West Africa, has deployed the TAMS HRM-time attendance solution to monitor staff attendance.

With a strong presence in the Northwest city in Nigeria, Sosai Renewable Energies serves diverse industries including finance and banking, oil and gas, telecoms, education, manufacturing, government, information technology, energy and utilities.

TAMS, which is growing in popularity with organizations of all sizes, is an affordable and easy-to-use web-based or on-premise workforce management tool with functions such as payroll, appraisal, vacation, leave management and remittance- all at the fingertip of the business owner or administrator.

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