Keeping Track Saves Money: IP Covers Everywhere

September 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Sep2008, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p88
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The article discusses the significance of Internet Protocol-based security video designed for school security in the U.S. According to the senior network and programming administrator for the Beaumont Independent School District Greg Schumacher, the system has helped reduce the number of disciplinary actions in the school. It is noted that the system is hosted on multiple servers custom built by the integrator at multiple sites and integrated. INSET: Bringing Megapixels Down to Size.


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