How Technology Helps Us Stay Connected At Home

09.07.21 10:00 AM Comment(s) By Tigon Team

Bill Gates once said, “The advance of technology is based on making it fit in so that you don’t really even notice it, so it’s part of everyday life.” While technology makes our lives easier and convenient, it also helps us stay connected, work remotely and keep up with the latest news in and around the world.

If so much of our daily lives depend on technology, isn’t it essential to ensure data security and privacy at home? It definitely is. That’s why, at Tigon, we believe that you can not only stay connected to people but also utilities/commodities at your home, without compromising on cybersecurity and digital protection.


Here are Ways In Which Technology Helps Us Stay Connected:


1. Home Automation Systems

This technology connects your home appliances, switched and smart home gadgets to a central hub or “gateway” to be operated collectively. It allows you to instruct those devices in a secure and convenient data environment. This way you switch off lights, fans, television sets, ACs and refrigerators even when you are away from home.

2. Smart-Enabled Devices

Using cutting-edge technology, smart-enabled devices help you track your daily consumption of basic utilities. It also helps you manage household chores. For example, Smart-Enabled Energy Meter helps you keep a check on your electricity usage and bills.


And Smart-Enabled Water Flow Meter and Water Level Indicator ensure that you use water efficiently at home. On the other hand, there is a Smart-Enabled Unauthorized Access Indicator and a Smart-Enabled Temperature, Humidity and Lux Level Meter.


3. Voice Assistant

You might agree that Apple’s Siri, Google Home, Amazon’s Alexa and Microsoft’s Cortana recognize our voices more than our friends or distant relatives. These voice assistants are used more than our hands to listen to music, play a special song, watch a movie/video/web series of your choice and change the vibe with coloured lighting.

4. Biometric Authentication

Gaining access to physical and digital resources has been more authentic with biometric technology. They are used to identify known and unknown individuals with fingerprint mapping, facial recognition and retina scans. With this, it isn’t worrisome to find out who was at the door in your absence.


5. Smartphone Apps

You carry the world in your pockets when you have a smartphone. Different mobile applications help you make phone calls, store loads of data and share them with your loved ones. It even keeps you updated about the status and whereabouts of people and places you follow on social media.

If you want to know more and avail the smart-enabled technology for data security and privacy, you can also connect with us at or call us on 1800 102 3271.

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