Physical Security In Business Solutions Magazine

  1. IP Video Cameras

    HD Means Fewer Cameras — “The most important development in IP video is megapixel resolution. Megapixel allows systems integrators to design systems that cover more area with fewer cameras and higher resolution to zoom in for details (virtual PTZ [pan-tilt-zoom]). This reduces total cost of ownership and delivers better return on investment for the end-user customer.” Mark Espenschied, director of marketing communications, Arecont Vision

  2. Video Management Software & Analytics

    Analytics At The Edge Has Many Benefits — “Analytics at the edge, such as motion detection, cross-line detection, and license plate recognition, allow for preprocessing of video before it’s compressed and sent to the VMS server. This saves bandwidth and processing power needed at the central VMS server.” Robert Muehlbauer, application development partner, business development manager, Axis Communications

  3. How To Cover 1.4 Million Square Feet With Video Surveillance

    An integrator shares the details behind his 145-camera install for an upscale shopping mall.

  4. Add Hosted Access Control To Your Managed Services Portfolio

    IT integrators looking for additional profit and a more sticky relationship with customers should consider adding hosted access control to their portfolios.

  5. Integrator’s Video Surveillance Install Helps Curb Crime At USC

    An integrator explains how its multimillion-dollar video surveillance installation keeps off-campus students safe at the University of Southern California

  6. Get Educated About IP Video Opportunities

    VARs can boost education line cards with networked video surveillance offerings.

  7. Workforce Management Heads To The Cloud

    Once this independent software vendor (ISV) overcame several common barriers to cloud, it brought 2 million users into the world of SaaS.

  8. Is Cloud-Based Video Management Software Ready For Prime Time?

    Cloud-based solutions can provide recurring revenue but are not suited to every client.

  9. 4 Mistakes That Could Make You Look Dumb In 2013

    What an exciting time to be a VAR, integrator, or MSP! Sure, there are a lot of changes occurring — both from a technology and vertical-specific perspective — but the bottom line is that whoever is willing to adjust to the changes is going to reap the rewards. Following are some mistakes (or examples of not adjusting) that can threaten your business in 2013.

  10. Want To Expand Your Video Surveillance Business? Step Outside.

    Thermal cameras open up lucrative opportunities in outdoor surveillance applications.