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Nedap Security's AEOS Provide Access Control Solutions To Bavaria

At Bavaria, hospitality is firmly embedded within the company’s corporate culture and the company attaches considerable importance to the concepts of emotion and the experience. As a result of the growth that the company has undergone during the past few years, more stringent requirements are being imposed in connection with access control and security. The system that the company has just acquired serves to reconcile the corporate culture with the requirements in terms of security. As a...

Cloud Security: New Opportunities Available For Integrators In The Cloud

Managed services provided through the cloud offer multiple advantages for system integrators. These Include: Increased Recurring Monthly Revenue: Managed services are a new business model that generates more stable and predictable income streams for integrators. Stickier Customers: Managed services foster a more involved relationship between integrators and their customers, which can help boost customer retention.  High Gross Profit Margins: Cloud managed services create an opportunit...

Serving Integrators: BCDVideo Adapts Virtualization To The Security Market

Virtualization offers multiple benefits to video surveillance systems, but the technology has been slow to adapt to the needs of video. However, the tide is turning. At ISC West, BCDVideo introduced a hyperconverged infrastructure tailored to video surveillance (HCI-VS) that answers the demand for higher and more efficient operating performance while also lowering the total cost of ownership for the integrator and end user. Hyperconverged Infrastructure Solution “ISC West attendees were...

Amid Interesting Times, Hikvision’s Outlook Remains Upbeat In The USA

Despite any negativity you may hear, Hikvision is optimistic about their role in the U.S. market. “We demonstrate that we can be trusted, and that we should be trusted,” says Jeffrey He, Vice President, Hikvision, and President, Hikvision USA and Hikvision Canada. “We have sound products and technology. Our mission in the security industry is to protect, not to harm. Otherwise why would we be in this industry?” Hikvision is committed to investing in the North American m...

Cybersecurity: What Is Its Role With Video Surveillance?

Lack of cybersecurity of video systems made headlines in 2016. The Mirai cyberattack that year impacted Internet service on the East Coast of the United States and kept several high-profile websites offline. Cybersecurity attacks later in the day were more global in nature. The cyberattacks were carried out by a botnet, a network of bots, which are software applications (in this case, computer viruses) that communicate with each other and run tasks automatically over the Internet. IP-Enabled C...

Axis Launches New Ultra-Compact Fixed Domes With Varifocal Lens

Axis Communications has launched AXIS M42 Network Cameras, two new ultra-compact and discreet mini domes offering a flexible field of view with a varifocal lens. These environmentally-friendly cameras are made with more than 40% recycled plastics and are designed for fast, easy, and cost-effective installation and integration. Indoor security The compact dome design means the cameras can be discreetly installed so they’re not easily noticed. They can even be repainted to blend in seamle...

Tripp Lite Announces Multi-Viewer Switch B119-4X1-MV For Multiple Video Source Monitoring

Tripp Lite, a global manufacturer of power protection and connectivity solutions, has simplified monitoring of multiple video sources. Instead of requiring a separate display for each source device, Tripp Lite’s multi-viewer switch connects up to four HDMI audio/video sources to a single HDMI display. The new switch broadens Tripp Lite’s already robust offering of audio/video infrastructure products. Three modes of viewing The new multi-viewer switch, the B119-4X1-MV, has three mod...

Cloud Security: Video Applications (VSaaS) In The Cloud

Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS), simply stated, is a cloud-based video surveillance solution that is packaged and delivered as a service over the internet. The price varies depending on the features of the plan (i.e. number of cameras, amount of storage, software features, etc.), and customers pay a monthly subscription price to use it. Internet Protocol (IP) cameras are installed at site locations, and the video is captured and streamed to a service provider’s data centre via an i...

Nedap Applies For Global Patent For Their Cloud Software Platform Virtual Shielding

Nedap announces that the patent application is pending in over 120 countries for !D Cloud’s latest functionality: Virtual Shielding. This smart allocation technology in the Nedap !D Cloud software platform, allows store staff to easily read RFID tags by using RFID handheld devices and automatically determine the actual (sub) location within a store of RFID tags in an accurate way. This solves the problem of reading RFID tags through walls. The industry has long denied the feasibility of r...

OSSA Creating An App-Based Platform To Disrupt The Security Industry

In today’s technology-driven markets, a platform is a business model that connects producers and consumers in an interactive ecosystem. Some examples of platforms are Uber and Airbnb, which have disrupted and transformed traditional markets. Isn’t it time to deploy the platform model in the physical security industry? That’s the goal of the Open Security & Safety Alliance (OSSA), a non-profit organization. Interactions And Exchange The book ‘Platform Revolution&rsqu...

Cybersecurity: Beware Of These Enterprise Risks

Cybersecurity involves a variety of risks and vulnerabilities to the enterprise, from distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks to phishing to USB drives. Companies may also be at risk from use of interactive kiosks, or even from cyberattacks against traveling executives. Preventing Phishing And Cyberattacks The 'Management Hack' service is designed for C-level executives, such as CEO, CFO or event CIO Phishing is a fraudulent attempt to gain sensitive information such as user names, passw...

Why DIY Does Not Spell Doom For Professional Security Installers

There’s no question that the popularity of Do-It-Yourself (DIY) security and home automation products is on the rise. The reasons for the growth in DIY sales are numerous, including increased awareness of home automation products, fast set-up, limited (if any) installation costs, and interoperability with other smart security products. In fact, with the parallel rise of smart home hubs like Alexa and Google Home, many people are opting to attempt the set-up of smart home devices without an...

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