It is time to pay attention to Artificial Intelligence (AI). With Apple Siri, Google Assistant and now Amazon Echo, voice recognition AI interacts with users worldwide thousands of times a day.
Data storage is becoming a hot topic in the video surveillance industry and gaining more attention as retention periods continue to increase.
The FCC has voted to roll back an Obama-era Net Neutrality Rules.
Only a few years ago, the inevitable shift to all things Cloud was met with guarded optimism. But today, the shift is really happening.
The survey was based on responses from 603 IT and line-of-business decision-makers involved in enterprise security teams across the US, UK, Germany, France, Australia and New Zealand.
While our industry is fairly good at anticipating and reacting to new physical security threats, we’ve been very slow to react to the clear and present danger from cybersecurity attacks.
As a provider of storage for video surveillance systems, the hardest part of my job is educating end-users, integrators and consultants on the best way to purchase storage for their systems.
With each passing year, network and security administrators have been faced with more and more devices appearing inside the walls of their corporate network.
Earlier in 2016, when Gartner analysts stated that by 2020, 80 percent of all software will be offered on a subscription basis—this did not come as surprise to us at Genetec.
Beyond the core functionalities of recording and displaying video, one of the most important capabilities of modern Video Management Software platforms is the ability to reduce bandwidth required for transmitting live video.
Each of the millions of decisions made each day by people, devices and systems falls into one of two categories: binary and contextual.
I’m sure by now everyone understands the basics of “The Cloud” since it has become ubiquitous with almost all business apps now offered or exclusively offered in the cloud.
Davenport Hotels has relied on an analog video surveillance system for the existing hotel facilities and structures. For the new Davenport Grand Hotel, hotel management wanted to ensure the safety and security of its guests, employees, and visitors while helping to prevent theft and other loss.
Today’s security leaders must present solutions to enterprise organizations that meet the needs of these diverse organizations.
Yet another hospital was tossed into chaos after its computers were infected by hackers.
KPMG and BalaBit have released the results of study involving IT service providers.
VSaaS solutions have been around for a while now, offering what many see as more efficient software maintenance and support for their surveillance systems.
A layered approach to network security is the most reliable way of ensuring peace of mind against Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) forms of cyberattacks because no modern company can afford the surefire method of protection
As IT security professionals, we’re great at providing our clients with firewalls, encryption software and other technological safeguards against data breaches. But, did you know that even your best-protected clients may face an even greater threat than poorly managed networks and systems?
DVTEL, INC., the video surveillance solutions provider, announced today the release of its new VMS platform: United VMS 7.0, the platform of choice for corporations and organizations from entry-level to enterprise.