Amazon Ring Doorbell Technology is a Sign of the Times

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When picking out the technology products you want for your team, consider everyone’s needs, whether inside or outside the office. In the end, it’s about success with consistent partners in the industry. With 1R Technologies, we have innovative, proactive tech solutions that’ll save you time, money and resources. 


Think of 1R as an extension of your current team.

You might want to consider when choosing an IT service provider or whether you want help desk protection, good infrastructure cloud services, and everything that will make your communications and the tech transition to asset management as smooth as possible. What are you looking to accomplish with tech?

Our quick responses to technology challenges with various managed IT service options mean you’ll never find yourself left in the dark. 

If you’re currently using tech surveillance equipment such as Amazon’s ring doorbell, Think of 1R as your internet armor. With a unique system patent for physical behaviors and smells, one can hopefully get the same innovation from their tech products at home.


The Talk About Biometric Data

While biometric data remains very controversial, it shows how the future of Technology converges. And with safety number one priority, there’s room to grow to make pandemic life easier. There are a lot of patents from big companies like Apple and Amazon floating around right now.

Even Google Nest offers some biometric identifiers. While this convergence and Technology is pretty strange, it’s important to note that Amazon web services are among the top if not the number one Cloud services globally. Hopefully, there will be some trickle-down effect when you are with the company working on strange products like this. Hopefully, there will be some trickle-down effect where their systems for smaller business owners will also get an excellent reboot.  

Since Insider found this out, we will now be waiting to see the 17 patents that Amazon has for their facial recognition devices. Amazon denies using biometrics and its services and its patents’ content. But either way, consider your home and business protected and insured with this technology advancement.

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