In the security technologies space, integration — which is the ability to merge physical security applications into one single, comprehensive system — is king. One […]
Every year, security technologies should incrementally improve to align services with the needs of the public. Fortunately, video surveillance has met expectations for 2022. Here are the trends we can expect to see in that space over the next year.
The news has been dominated by reports of cybersecurity attacks that impair the systems we rely on for our living essentials: food, energy and vehicle fuel. There are also frequent attempts to breach the systems of retailers, creditors, healthcare systems and financial institutions. Whatever your business is, protecting your network from cyberattack is a critical responsibility that has major implications for your customers.
Access control continues to be one of the most popular emerging technologies in electronic security. Business owners and site managers love the added security that comes with electronic credentials like keyfobs and badges — specifically, the ability to activate and deactivate employee credentials as people are hired and terminated.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to significantly affect the way businesses operate, companies try to find smarter ways to combat an invisible threat. The only positive takeaway is if businesses learn from these lessons to invest in resources and solutions that can mitigate future risks. Video surveillance offers better ways to do things and can help reduce the impact of future pandemics and catastrophes.
The price of upgrading and adding new surveillance technology is often high, leaving businesses searching for ways to reduce the costs. Thanks to technological advancements, it’s much easier for businesses to add new and upgrade old video surveillance systems using high-performance computing.
IP video surveillance cameras are more modern and often the best choice for monitoring the security of your business. When using analog cameras, they must be hard-wired into a DVR while each IP security camera has its own IP address and works independently.
While cloud-based storage for surveillance footage is popular now, Eagle Eye Networks has introduced the future of video management in their revolutionary Cloud Video Surveillance On-Demand Architecture or Eagle Eye Cloud VMS. This platform is truly cloud-based and not a refurbishment of old Windows or Linux software based in the cloud. Here’s what sets this solution apart.
When selecting security cameras for your business, past experience teaches us to purchase the most cutting-edge technology meaning those that are Ultra High Definition. But before you run out and buy the best cameras on the market, consider the total expense of the security system, including storage.
When it comes to security at apartment complexes, installing video surveillance can protect ownership from liabilities and safeguard their investments while keeping tenants safe. But before installing video surveillance for apartment complex security, there are few things to know.
From simple IP cams connected to a standard desktop for small homes and businesses, to full, expansive networks of cameras serving diverse operations. Let’s take a look at 3 advantages to IP video surveillance: