Newsletter | May 6, 2013

05.06.13 -- 5 Common Mistakes That Can Sabotage IP Video Success

Business Solutions
5 Common Mistakes That Can Sabotage IP Video Success
By Pedro Pereira, Business Solutions magazine
IP-based cameras have revolutionized security and surveillance with levels of capacity, manageability, and flexibility that far outmatch traditional analog systems. But to succeed in selling the technology, VARs and integrators must avoid common mistakes, such as ignoring network performance and failing to manage customer expectations.
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