Physical Security Executive Commentary
3 Reasons IP Cameras Are Better Than Analog
Analog physical security solutions continue to be replaced by more advanced IP solutions. The benefits are clear, and if security dealers arm themselves with the key features of IP solutions, they will be well on their way to migrating their customers over to these productivity-enhancing solutions, while serving as trusted advisors to their customers.
IP Surveillance and VoIP: Is History Repeating Itself?
As IP-based surveillance systems continue to gain ground, we can’t help but be reminded of the challenges IP telephony – or VoIP – faced 10 years ago.
IP Video For Mom & Pop Retailers
IP video used to only make sense for mid- to large-sized surveillance systems [32 cameras or more]. But today smaller systems – and budgets – can reap big benefits with IP video. This is thanks to the continued decreasing cost of IP technology coupled with different storage and migration options of today. Here are a few ways to make the most of the system.
How To Convince Your Customers To Choose IP Cameras Over Analog
As IP surveillance technology becomes more affordable, it’s also becoming a more attractive solution for smaller installations – installations that used to be the sole domain of analog product. But how do you convince your customers to upgrade their analog to IP, preferably before an incident forces their hand? There are three primary selling points for an IP system of an Analog system – higher resolution, more in-depth analytics, and the ease of new network configuration.
6 Common Lies About IP Video Surveillance
One of the factors holding backing the adoption rate of IP video surveillance is a lack of understanding by IT integrators. Much has changed in the video surveillance world, so without all the facts, IT integrators will be unable to make sound decisions regarding this technology.
Beginner’s Guide To Selecting A VMS
Selecting a VMS can seem to be a daunting task – every software suite has their own strengths and weaknesses, often obscured in spec sheets multiple pages long. While some of these features may seem inconsequential, there are four features that are worth the effort to track down if you want to create a long lasting surveillance solution.
Video Management Software Conforming To Changing IT Trends
As video management system (VMS) capabilities continue to expand, these sophisticated software systems are also becoming easier to manage from an IT perspective. By Gadi Piran, president, OnSSI
Driving The Shift From Analog CCTV To IP Video - One LP Program At A Time, NextLP Loss Prevention Leadership Series
There are thousands of security providers out there that would LOVE a piece of the retail business. Let’s face it, some retailers have well over 10,000 locations. That’s a great customer to have, right? By Hedgie Bartol, business development manager for retail, Axis Communications
Time & Attendance For A Dynamic, Challenging Market, Guest Series Part 3
Human Capital Management (HCM) has had to evolve as the employment demographic in retail has changed. The workforce is aging, and scheduling and benefit requirements are changing as this is taking place. Companies need to have the ability to handle the HCM tasks by incorporating the latest technologies and accessing real data. Additionally, it is up to the HCM solution providers to realize how these changes are affecting the workforce, and enable the retailers to still accomplish their goals in a productive, efficient manner. You can still catch up with Part 1 and Part 2 of this series. A Q&A with Larry Dawson, vice-president, marketing Accu-Time Systems
Video Storage 101: An Integrator’s Primer
A beginner’s guide for network-savvy IT integrators interested in learning more about the storage aspects of IP video. By Fredrik Nilsson, GM, Axis Communications