With each new year, technology changes in response to market demands. Fortunately, that includes security technology. The manufacturers who make our video surveillance systems have identified needs in the marketplace that show where the technology should go in 2022.
For business owners, one of the most important functions of video surveillance is serving as evidence in legal claims. When personal injury cases are initiated by disgruntled patrons, employees or others, businesses can protect themselves by using video surveillance footage to defend against legal liabilities. However, there are caveats to make sure your video surveillance is an effective tool to use in your favor. Here are a few of the most important.
If you’re a business owner with major time constraints, you need a security strategy that’s airtight. One of the best ways to improve your security strategy is with a powerful video surveillance platform. Here’s what a versatile security video platform can offer you.
We hear all the time that the cloud is the future of data storage, but what does cloud-based video surveillance actually mean for your business? Making the shift to cloud video surveillance is a small change that can do big things for your security goals and budget, especially when you choose the cloud-based video storage solution we make available from Eagle Eye Cloud VMS. Here are some of the things you can look forward to when you move your video storage to the cloud.
Access control continues to be one of the most popular emerging technologies in electronic security. Business owners and site managers love the added security that comes with electronic credentials like keyfobs and badges — specifically, the ability to activate and deactivate employee credentials as people are hired and terminated. While
Security systems evolve according to new threats. Businesses are always trying to stay ahead of potential threats that can put staff and customers at risk as well as risk-prolonged disruptions in the carrying out of daily business. Companies with government or military contracts are required to meet certain security minimums before