Video Surveillance as a service: Why are video management systems migrating to the Cloud?
Digital transformation has paved the way for the rapid adoption of emerging technologies. Nowadays, most IT systems are cloud-based or offer cloud options, and video surveillance is no exception. Every major hardware or software vendor offers cloud services in one form or another.
From the cloud customer’s or user’s perspective, the cloud has numerous advantages, such as backup, constant update, easy implementation and scaling, low maintenance costs, etc. With the variety of choices available for Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS) compared to the traditional video monitoring systems, every user can find an optimal solution quickly.
In this white paper, AxxonSoft examine the benefits and limitations of VSaaS compared to on-premises systems in terms of implementation, maintenance, storage capabilities, cybersecurity, video analytics, and reporting.
- Cloud and Integrators
- Solutions for VSaaS Providers
- Personal Data and Cybersecurity
- Video Analytics and Reporting