Businesses find new options to remotely manage security

KEEPING TABS: Scott and Adrienne Kirmil own Diego’s Mexican Restaurant on Bowen’s Wharf in Newport. After he discovered a former employee had copied a key and was coming into the establishment at night, Scott decided to invest in Cox ­Business Security Solutions to keep tabs on their growing business. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
KEEPING TABS: Scott and Adrienne Kirmil own Diego’s Mexican Restaurant on Bowen’s Wharf in Newport. After he discovered a former employee had copied a key and was coming into the establishment at night, Scott decided to invest in Cox ­Business Security Solutions to keep tabs on their growing business. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
Consumers today don’t need to be reminded of Apple Inc.’s trademarked phrase, “There’s an app for that,” as there’s a certain expectation most new products and services will come with one. The trend of interconnecting smartphones with ­various aspects of daily life has transformed the ­devices – once strictly used for telecommunication purposes – into…

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