Part 1 of a two-part series: “Video surveillance in restaurants: Who’s using what technology and why”A desire to keep a tighter rein over day-to-day problems in the front- and back-of-the-house—not all of which are security related—is driving operators to adopt digital video surveillance technology that is light years ahead of the VCR-based sentries of the past.Some restaurateurs, like airport feeder Hartsfield Hospitality of Atlanta, are using video surveillance to monitor food and cash ...
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