OpenEye’s Simple And Secure IP-Based Video Monitoring Offers Affordable And Efficient Surveillance
If you own or operate a business or commercial space, then you are well aware of the need for comprehensive surveillance and security. Keeping tabs on staff, inventory, and property is hard enough when you are overseeing one location. However, adding geographically distant places or multiple buildings on a commercial campus makes your security team’s job almost untenable.
Perhaps you have already tried or researched cloud-based security systems but found the cost of equipment and person-hours operating and maintaining it to be unworkable. The OpenEye system offers the ability to access 4K remote live monitoring and recording with minimal oversight by your IT department.
The OpenEye system runs smoother by deploying a combination of localized hardware and network-accessible tools that automatically alert you to potential issues while running continuous system diagnostics.
Are you intrigued by how your Austin, TX surveillance and security can offer more coverage while lowering overall costs? Continue reading to find out how.
Learn How Interoperability Standards Enable Better Security Solutions
In the technology world, there’s always been a balance between proprietary technology and technology based on open standards. In many cases, proprietary solutions lock organizations into one vendor or a set of technologies that may have limited compatibility with other solutions. While open solutions are not a panacea for every application, and proprietary ones are not by definition inferior, interoperability is a desirable and often necessary attribute of any technology solution.
If your Rio Grande Valley, TX district is evaluating a new or upgraded school surveillance camera solution, interoperability should be a key criterion for your system. Today’s security solutions are integrated, and you want to invest in a surveillance solution that can interoperate with access control, emergency management, and other safety and security systems on your campuses. Keep reading below to learn about ONVIF, interoperability, and how it can help you get the most from your school surveillance solutions.
Your business surveillance can’t be effective without proper system design and installation
Commercial surveillance is an essential component of comprehensive building security for businesses of all sizes. Surveillance helps reduce the risk of theft and crime occurring on your property, but it’s only effective when you have the components of your system designed and installed correctly.
ASAP Security Services has been in the security and surveillance business for years, and we’ve seen plenty of organizations attempt a DIY commercial security camera installation to avoid the costs of hiring a professional. We’ve also seen plenty of mistakes arise from first-timers building a new system from scratch.
Don’t let that happen at your Waco, TX business — keep reading to learn three common mistakes to avoid.
All-Digital Technology Holds Key Advantages for Surveillance
In most audio, video, and communication technologies, there has been an inexorable trend toward digital formats and platforms. The reasons are manifold, but the overarching advantage of digital technology is the ease of processing vast amounts of data and the ever-increasing processing power available to manage it. Keep reading below to see how IP and digital technology have affected commercial video surveillance solutions and what it means for your San Antonio, TX installations.