Next Level Security Systems Honored at the 9th Annual Global Excellence Awards
Next Level Security Systems, a developer of a new breed of unified, networked security solutions, announced today that Info Security Products Guide, a security research and advisory guide, has named NLSS Cloud Services, a silver winner of the 2013 Global Excellence Awards in the Tomorrow’s Technology Today category. This prestigious award recognizes security vendors with advanced, groundbreaking technologies and solutions that set the bar for innovation in all areas of security. NLSS Cloud Services was selected based on the positive impact it delivers to today’s security marketplace.
The security industry celebrated its 9th Annual 2013 Global Excellence Awards in San Francisco by honoring excellence in every facet of the industry including products, people behind the successes and best companies. More than 50 judges from a broad spectrum of industry voices participated, and their scores determined the 2013 Global Excellence Awards finalists and winners.
NLSS Cloud Services offer users remote access to their security systems and management of multiple sites from anywhere in the world. Powered by NextConnectTM, a unique peer-to-peer technology that efficiently streams live video to an unlimited number of users from a single site, NLSS Cloud Services deliver access to security management features through any Web browser or mobile device. Users can access video and door controls from multiple sites simultaneously on a single screen. In addition, multiple systems can be managed remotely, including all software updates. Remote management eliminates the need for on-site support and greatly reduces support costs.
“The award highlights our efforts to build a cloud-based security service that provides unmatched capabilities and viewing options to users,” said Peter Jankowski, chairman and CEO, Next Level Security Systems. “NLSS Cloud Services demonstrate our commitment to enable customers to instantly access their security information from any location, so that they can respond to incidents faster and more effectively.”