Eagle Eye Networks Releases Smarter Business VMS

The right video management system can make an organization smarter and more efficient, as well as more secure. Eagle Eye Networks new guide is useful for businesses—particularly multisite businesses— in evaluating cloud video surveillance systems.
 
Eagle Eye Networks has released a best practices guide, Video Security Primer: 9 Core Elements that Ensure Businesses Have the Best System for Their Needs. This new resource outlines questions to ask and features to look for in a video management system to secure and grow your business. 

Designed especially for multisite commercial businesses that want to understand the basics and how to choose an optimal system, the Video Security Primer explains the top nine features of a cloud video surveillance system and can serve as a reference for businesses of all sizes. 

The right video management system can help businesses prevent loss, improve customer service, identify and reduce liability, drive operational efficiencies, ensure compliance, and reduce cyber threats.

“Whether you’re trying to create a more customer-centric restaurant, efficient retail operation, safe gym environment, or healthy campus, a true cloud VMS can be paramount to your success,” said Ken Francis, president of Eagle Eye Networks. “And business owners are often pleasantly surprised by the total cost of ownership: Moving computing and video storage infrastructure to the cloud usually results in overall savings between 20 and 50 percent compared to a typical onsite system.”

Topics include:

  • Camera Flexibility 
  • Ease of Use 
  • Cybersecurity
  • Total Cost of Ownership
  • Bandwidth Management

Pro Tips such as, Avoiding getting locked into individual  camera manufacturers; Future-proofing your system, and more

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