Edge Analytics Improves Security

The high-quality, highly detailed video images produced by today’s security cameras produce vast amounts of data on a 24/7 basis. In some ways, this is too much of a good thing, as all this data requires extensive bandwidth and storage capabilities for accurate assessment and monitoring. The addition of “edge analytics” technology to video surveillance … Continue reading “Edge Analytics Improves Security”

Security Moves to the Cloud

Cloud storage gives organizations the ability to store large amounts of data on a remote server that can be accessed through the internet. As surveillance systems become more sophisticated with higher resolution cameras, more customers are considering using the cloud to store video surveillance footage. The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) notes that more than 70% … Continue reading “Security Moves to the Cloud”

Security Moves to the Cloud

Cloud storage gives organizations the ability to store large amounts of data on a remote server that can be accessed through the internet. As surveillance systems become more sophisticated with higher resolution cameras, more customers are considering using the cloud to store video surveillance footage. The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) notes that more than 70% … Continue reading “Security Moves to the Cloud”

Storage Needs Grow for Video Surveillance Data

Advancements in higher resolution digital cameras combined with new laws and regulations are increasing the volume of video surveillance data that must be stored. This is creating a challenge for the security and surveillance industry to find storage options that are appropriate, accessible and cost effective for its customers. Megapixel (MP) resolution cameras give high-definition … Continue reading “Storage Needs Grow for Video Surveillance Data”