Video surveillance systems have some unique requirements that set them apart from other types of enterprise applications.
Determining where and how the cloud can support these systems depends on a set of five primary requirements: bandwidth, storage, cost, security and accessibility. This March Networks white paper outlines some of the key considerations mid- and large-sized enterprises need to examine before deciding to move their video surveillance systems into the cloud — and looks at how they can leverage cloud capabilities for video in the meantime.

What's inside?

  • Video Surveillance And The Cloud
  • The Cloud In Context
  • What Can The Cloud Bring To Video Surveillance?
  • It All Begins With Bandwidth
  • Storage And Cost
  • Security And Accessibility
  • What's Ahead For Cloud-based Video Storage?
  • Checklist For Video Storage In The Cloud
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