The all-new Imilab EC2 Wireless Home Security Camera is a success on many levels. In an age where security and privacy are becoming more of a concern, the efficiency of the EC2 offers the peace of mind that can only come through feeling completely in control of your home environment - even when you are away from it.
The Somfy One is an all-in-one home security device with a full HD video camera, 90+ dB siren, motion detector and active privacy shutter. It is easy to install: simply place the Somfy One in the desired location and plug it in, download the app and with a few clicks it is installed and ready to go! You will only need to set it up once, so if you decided to move the Somfy One it will be ready to work straight away.
Of all the portable storage devices I have reviewed during 2015 this is by far the most secure, to the point that this is what I now use to back up my own business data. At the last company I worked for there were two instances where data was stolen by an ex-employee which led to the business losing thousands of pounds and creating hours of headaches so having a device that backs up all critical data with passwords and only known by the few who need to know is so important.
Adding a security keypad to anything instantly makes it more exciting. Whether it’s feeling superior at being able to access the stock room whilst the rest of the dregs are forbidden, or punching in your gym pin to do five minutes of low cardio on the off-chance you might see that girl that smiled at you once, but I digress. The iStorage diskAshur² is an easy to use, ultra-secure, PIN authenticated USB 3.1 hard drive with real-time AES-XTS 256-bit hardware encryption, software-free design and super-fast data transfer speeds.
The datAshur from iStorage is a USB 3.0 Flash Drive with a choice of capacities ranging from 4GB up to 64GB with a PIN code access and military grade XTS-AES 256-bit hardware encryption – how James Bond. The datAshur Pro features a rechargeable battery allowing the user to enter a 7-15 digit PIN using the on-board keypad before connecting the drive to a USB port.