Something to show clients how seriously they took security and the protection of confidential information.
That the cameras were only in public places guaranteed that she's never see anything interesting on any of the monitors.
If there ever was something you felt should be checked out, all you had to do was call down to the desk and one of those guards there would be sent to take a look.
The reality of it all was that the entire system was a joke.
"That I will," John said as she gathered his things and began to leave, "and my Elle said to especially thank you for coming in early so we could go to the party.
She and I both appreciate it." "Then go and enjoy it," Roxanne said in mock impatience as she sat at the desk and checked that all the monitors were clear.
John had just gotten to the door when he remembered something he'd forgotten to tell her.
"By the way, Lass, they finally fixed the camera in the copy room, so be sure to count it when you make your log entries." "It's broken for six months and someone finally gets a burr up their ass and fixes it on a day that no one wants to work," Roxanne thought as she thanked him for the information as the door close behind him, "That's corporate efficiency at work." With the room now all to herself, Roxanne leaned back in the big comfortable chair and closed her eyes for a few moments. All you had to do was monitor the cameras set out in various public spaces around the office and take note of anything unusual.Her lack of interest in men wasn't something that she advertised, but neither was it something that she hid or was ashamed of.In fact, her social life was pretty far down her list of important things nowadays.To her added surprise, the image was from the newly fixed camera in the copy room."Someone's not in a mood for a party," Roxanne thought as she used the remote camera controls to sharpen the picture and tighten the frame.It was an event that people waited for all year, and she was going to miss it.