Business Strategy: Leverage Existing Equipment

October 2006
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Oct2006, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p77
Trade Publication
The article offers information on leveraging to IP video security solutions as business strategy. According to Dan McGinley of i3DVR, IP video fails to address those businesses that have heavily invested in analog components. They also fail to consider technology cycles that must realize a breakeven point in return on investment. Rather than advocate full-blown IP solutions, a solution can allow chief security officers to leverage existing equipment while gradually migrating from analog to IP.


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