Physical Security Executive Commentary
3 Mistakes VARs Make When Selling To Hospitals
In today’s competitive market, following an appropriate sales mode is crucial for success in the healthcare vertical. Eddie Franklin, VP of public sector/vertical markets for SYNNEX, tells you three pitfalls to avoid.
Is The “Break/Fix” Model Still Viable?
Technology breaks. It’s a reality we all face. Justin Crotty, senior VP and GM of NetEnrich points out that how a solutions provider chooses to manage the breaks is what separates the good from the great.
10 Reasons To Switch From Analog Cameras And DVRs To IP Cameras And NVRs
Jay Krone, managing director of LenovoEMC, lists 10 reasons why now is the perfect time for companies to switch from legacy analog cameras and DVR systems to HD cameras and dedicated network video recorders (NVRs) for video surveillance needs.
By Jay Krone, managing director of LenovoEMCJau
Emergency Communication Phases Reinforce Business Continuity Plan
Technology advancements have given us the ability to communicate in real time. In fact, with all of the advancements, it has become more difficult to justify poor communication. Technology increases connectivity and productivity, and it can also save lives during an emergency.
The Appetite For 802.11ac Standards
The appetite for wireless bandwidth is seemingly insatiable. Today employees typically tote a combination of smartphones, tablet computers and laptops – all which allow them to stay connected to the people and information they need to get their jobs done quickly and efficiently. As a result, there are more devices and more traffic pressuring the performance on wireless networks, and many enterprises are looking toward the capabilities that 802.11ac standards will bring.
How To Build A Powerful, Budget-Friendly Surveillance System For SMB Retailers
Today, there’s no doubt that video surveillance is moving to IP networks for a number of reasons such as superior image quality from IP cameras, ability to easily integrate video with other systems such as access control, the need for accessing video from remote locations and the added value from video analytics.
IP Video In Retail: ROI Via Enhanced Productivity & Stronger Data
Retail is a dynamic market, constantly changing and evolving due to the economic climate, buyer behavior, and the rise and fall of criminal activity. It's also a challenging market, where thin profit margins make cost control not just a useful strategy but a daily and constant requirement of doing business.
Beginner’s Guide To Selecting The Right IP Camera
There are many advantages to choosing IP cameras over standard devices. Megapixel cameras provide high-resolution images, and the higher the resolution, the more accurate the detail of the image. Therefore, megapixel images are much more valuable from a forensic standpoint than lower-resolution images. With analog technology, a recorded image has around 0.3 megapixel, but a network camera with 3.1 megapixels records 10 times more detail.
What Every VAR Ought To Know About Workforce Management
For those who already sell ERP, shop floor data collection, or physical and intellectual access control solutions the leap can be easier than for others. VARs who already know the benefit and pay back from these applications can more easily envision WFM working for their clients. The best place to look is at a WFM company whose products are designed to be sold by a VAR.
IP Video For SMBs
Rapid growth using limited available resources presents plenty of challenges for small to medium-sized businesses (SMB), and the challenges extend to their choice of video surveillance systems. In contrast to large companies that can target personnel and resources to specialized areas, SMB customers often have to make do with less and call on their employees to wear “multiple hats.”