11 reasons video surveillance is moving to the cloud
VSaaS, or Video Surveillance as a Service, refers to hosted cloud-based video surveillance. The service typically includes video recording, storage, remote viewing, management alerts, cybersecurity and more.
93 percent of businesses have now adopted cloud solutions. Cloud technology advances and greater bandwidth availability are making VSaaS – also called cloud video surveillance – is increasingly attractive.
In this white paper, Eagle Eye Networks provides 11 comparison points of key differences between “VSaaS” cloud-based video management system (VMS), and an internet-connected traditional DV.
- System integration and support
- Remote access surveillance
- Reliability and redundancy