Video surveillance technology is a powerful tool, and managing the data it creates is the key function of a video management solution (VMS). If you're investing in a new VMS solution, carefully consider these 10 criteria when evaluating your options.
It’s safe to say that the video management software products have begun the 2.0 era. This era is all about how big the software can scale, and each year the industry will announce the new “biggest” system thus far. Included in this 2.0 era are concepts like VSaaS and virtualization, which decouples the hardware limitations from the software scalability.
Security and video surveillance needs change with time, and it's important to keep up with those changing needs. For video management system (VMS) software, features that were sufficient to meet video surveillance needs when a system was installed may not be sufficient now.
As more IP video data is managed by IT departments, Cisco announces that their latest Video Surveillance Manager program is enabling security professionals to move beyond traditional surveillance deployments to transform security.
The Universal Storage Solution or USS from DVTel is a high-reliability server and storage solution that reduces the amount of space required and the planning and installation time, all of which result in an improvement in the total cost of ownership.
From Panasonic System Networks Company of America, new video management software allows for the unification of large multi-recorder, multi-site networked video systems for centralized operation and ease-of-use.
Start off the new year with an exclusive look at the innovative security technology in the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis in our annual Security Technology & Innovations Report. This issue also includes guides for retail security leaders on video surveillance techniques, tips for retrofitting your access control systems, and recommendations for the new U.S. president on cybersecurity and terrorism.