White Papers & Case Studies

  1. Shuttle Customizes Computers For ScholarChip Solution
    11/12/2014

    Knowing where students are at any given time is of vital importance for teachers and school administrators. Keeping track of attendance is an essential part of a school’s budget, including state and federal financial support, and in some cases, even teacher performance.

  2. The Four T’s Of Marketing
    5/7/2014

    There are so many elements to modern day marketing. From direct mailers and blogs to newsletters and emails, the modern day marketeer has a lot of things to consider when developing a marketing strategy. While there’s no magic 8 ball with all of the answers to your marketing questions, there are ways to make the whole process easier.

  3. The Top 10 Myths About Sales
    5/7/2014

    No matter what point that you look back to in history, you can always find a notable deal, trade, or sale that shaped our world to what it is today. Even with its notoriety, sales is an industry that mystifies most of the general public. Is it about relationship building? Closing no matter what? Tricking someone into doing what you want?

  4. Uncrowding The Crowd: A New Model Designed To Create Better Working Relationships
    4/22/2014

    When organizations first began crowdsourcing to identify talent for specific projects, the concept seemed to offer limitless potential.

  5. Urban Campus Fired Up About Network Surveillance
    2/3/2014

    Central Piedmont Community College uses IP video as crucial link between IT, campus security, facilities managers and local police.

  6. Axis And Intelligent Video
    2/3/2014

    Video surveillance is a booming business, and installations become larger and larger. At the same time, several studies have highlighted the hit and miss nature of human intervention to spot change in a surrounding environment. And the challenge becomes larger as systems expand. In addition, a massive amount of video is being recorded, but never watched or reviewed, due to lack of time.

  7. Total Cost Comparison Study Of Analog And IP-Based Video Surveillance
    2/3/2014

    The shift towards IP-based video surveillance solutions has been going on since the first network camera was introduced in 1996. Despite the benefits of going IP, analog technology is still entrenched in some markets and segments.

  8. HDTV (High Definition Television) And Video Surveillance
    2/3/2014

    The TV market is moving rapidly towards high-definition television, HDTV. This change brings truly remarkable improvements in image quality and color fidelity. HDTV provides up to five times higher resolution and twice the linear resolution compared with traditional, analog TV. Furthermore, HDTV comes with wide screen format and DVD-quality audio.

  9. Outstanding Performance In Difficult Light Conditions
    2/3/2014

    A day and night camera is designed to be used in outdoor installations or in indoor environments with poor lighting. A day and night, color network camera delivers color images during the day. As light diminishes, the camera can automatically switch to night mode to make use of near infrared (IR) light to deliver black and white images. Maintaining image sharpness and low noise, particularly in varying outdoor lighting conditions, has proved challenging.

  10. Setting Your Company On The Path To Cloud-based Services
    12/16/2013

    As a business manager, you lead the fight every day for sustainable profitability. You spend much of your time devising ways to stay profitable on shrinking product margins and rising labor costs. You have one good project and then a bad one, and the cycle repeats. In the end, the blended gross margins on your installation work is likely to be somewhere between 20 and 30 percent. After making payroll, paying suppliers and normal business expenses your net profit can be 10 percent or less. Sound familiar? 

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