Keep your system healthy and maximize uptime

Service and maintenance is not a bad thing. In fact, it’s a proactive measure that ultimately is designed to keep your integrated solution running optimally to avoid any type of system outage that might affect business continuity and operations.
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Now you can leverage cameras for more than security

Video surveillance continues its rapid mainstream march—with internet Protocol (IP) network cameras accounting for 53 percent of all CCTV shipped in 2015 and one billion active camera streams forecast by 2020. Intelligent analytics are producing more data from cameras, and that information can be leveraged for additional functionality beyond security prevention, detection and identification.

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Video Surveillance Today

Make use of your analog cameras as you migrate to the network

Analog cameras are still viable for video surveillance and may still be well-suited for smaller businesses and establishments that need CCTV for an added measure of security. They are less expensive than Internet Protocol (IP) networked cameras and currently have a large installed based.

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