Smartvue Corporation Wins Stratus Award For Best Cloud Surveillance Solution

Smartvue Corporation earned a Stratus Award for its achievements in cloud innovation with the Smartvue S9M cloud video surveillance server. The industry awards competition recognizes those companies innovating in the Cloud and providing offerings that are truly differentiated in the market.

"We are proud to reward Smartvue in the 2014 Stratus Awards," said Dawn Fordyce, managing director of the Business Intelligence Group. "Smartvue is clearly leading the market in delivering real value to their end customers by leveraging the Cloud."

2014 marks the first year where the majority of IT workloads are processed in the cloud. With more than 60% of businesses now utilizing the Cloud for performing IT-related operations, the Stratus Awards have become a highly prized recognition of achievement.

"We appreciate the recognition of S9M, our newest cloud video surveillance solution. It is the result of product feedback from our customers, as well as significant engineering and design efforts from our team," said Martin Renkis, Founder and CEO of Smartvue Corporation. "We are committed to making the world a safer place with elegantly simple cloud video surveillance technology."

The Smartvue S9M cloud surveillance server makes centrally managed video surveillance much more affordable by leveraging cloud technologies over the world's largest cloud surveillance platform. Businesses of all sizes can manage loss prevention, security, and employee performance at locations worldwide with the latest in cloud technologies from Smartvue.

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