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Expanding video surveillance in the enterprise market

For security and video surveillance systems, enterprise applications are the pinnacle. The enterprise market provides the most challenges; its customers are the most demanding. It also can provide the greatest rewards. In the last couple of years, Hikvision USA has implemented an ambitious...


Video Surveillance: Lessons from the education market

The importance of physical security systems in the education market is a sign of our times. We live in an era when, sadly, the safety of school children cannot be taken for granted. Headlines about school violence remind us not to be complacent, and the threat of violence is just one aspect of...


IP in a box: The advantages of embedded network video recorders

Embedded NVRs are central components in new, simplified end-to-end IP video solutions. These appliances are the successors to the analogue era’s DVRs, except they connect to IP cameras. They are simple “boxes” with embedded software to which IP video cameras can be connected...


Record locally, view centrally, manage remotely

Are your company's most valuable assets protected? As Forbes Insights found in a recent study, many organisations under-utilise video surveillance in their business. The majority of those surveyed (58 percent) said they cover less than half of their valuable assets with video surveillance;...


5 ways sharper, smarter end-to-end solutions can protect organisations

According to a recent global survey by Forbes, most organisations (58% of respondents) monitor fewer than half of their valuable assets with surveillance. That means that many assets are left unprotected despite the fact that in the U.S. alone, companies spend over $15 billion per year on video...

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