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Their abode Essentials Starter Kit is pretty minimal, with only a Gateway, a door/ window sensor, a motion sensor, and a key fob plus the abode Cam, which I couldn’t resist adding. Installation is DIY, saving you more money, and abode has pretty good app and customer support ratings. Plus, abode has tons of integrations with Google Assistant, Amazon Echo, Nest, Philips Hue lightbulbs, ecobee, LIFX, Yale, Kwikset, Z wave, First Alert, and IFTTT, so you’ll be able to create home automations galore. Nest Secure is a great option for apartments for a few reasons. One, they offer month to month contracting, which is awesome because you might not be there forever especially if the dryers don’t get fixed soon— sorry, that’s just me projecting a little. Two, the installation is super easy and won’t require any drilling or hardwiring in your rented space, and three, you can choose to self monitor if you’d like.

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Jodhan It is becoming more and more important for small businesses to find ways to both post business opportunities as well as to find them. There is no doubt that we are living in very hard times and the more that we can find ways to cooperate with each other the better it is going to be for all of us. I am specifically referring to the small business community. We need to find ways to partner up so to speak. We need to create avenues of opportunity for each other. For make no bones about it; the future of our economy will definitely lie in the hands of the small business community and this is going to be more so after we have managed to weather our economic crisis.

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