Disclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you’ll find interesting and useful. If you purchase them, Entrepreneur may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners.
Entrepreneurs frequently hear about the importance of cybersecurity but don’t let that lull you into sleeping on your physical security, either. Your office — whether it’s at home or not — is still an important place to protect. During our Deal Days promotion going on through October 12th at 11:59 p.m., you can add an extra measure of security to your home or office with a discount on the BOSMA Aegis Smart Door Lock.
One of the web’s top-rated smart locks, Aegis works with your existing deadbolt, turning it into a smart lock by simply replacing the indoor portion of it. You can keep your current key as a traditional backup and just get more out of your office door’s regular lock.
When you install the Aegis (an easy process that takes about ten minutes, by the way), you can create temporary passcodes for your guests, tenants, or service providers so you never have to go down with a key, and manage all of the passcodes in the app. Aegis’s bank-fraud AES-128 Advanced Encryption ensures nobody can hack the lock digitally while break-in detection and an automatic siren alert you when somebody does manage to break through. Plus, the Aegis auto-lock and auto-unlock ensures you won’t forget about locking up after you leave — it handles it all for you automatically. It will even work with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for voice controls and give you door ajar alerts in the event that you forget to close it all the way.
If you pair your Aegis with BOSMA’s Sentry system, you’ll get even more comprehensive security features and even more control.
Give your home office the protection that it deserves. During our Deal Days promotion, you can get the BOSMA Aegis Smart Door Lock on sale for an extra $10 off its already discounted price at just $89.99 (reg. $119) now through October 12th.
Prices subject to change.
Jennifer Lopez Is Done With ‘Happy to Be Here.’ She Thinks Latina Entrepreneurs Are Undervalued, So She’s Working to Give Them $14 Billion in Loans.
Her Company Is Worth $1 Billion. But It Began as a Way to Solve Her Own Shipping Problems.
TikTok Is Doling Out Age-Old Resume Advice. This Former Microsoft Recruiter Says You Should Ignore It.
6 Benefits of Working With a Franchise Consultant or Broker
Sallie Krawcheck Was the Queen of Wall Street, and Raised $100 Million to Launch Her Own Business. Then She Hit an Impasse She Hadn’t Seen Coming.