Adding Surveillance Video to the IT Network

Geiger, Rick
February 2007
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Feb2007, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p80
Trade Publication
The article discusses the future of surveillance security system which will evolve from analog video system to network-based application in Canada. The networked application extends access to live and recorded video surveillance thus, enhancing the safety of the personnel and the assets of the company. Moreover, the application is found to lower operational costs and current trends direct towards the application of a networked security video system which is required by security professionals. INSET: Addressing IT Concerns.


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