And will it be good your business . . . or not?
By Fredrik Nilsson
Technology is perpetual motion personified. It is always marching forward, striving to become smarter, faster, more resilient, and more efficient than its predecessor.
VMS technologies have come a long way over the past five years
By Brian Carle
Some of the industry trends which have affected technology and deployment design include a dramatic cost reduction in entry level NVRs and cameras.
Data centers across United States implement integrated security solution for protection of customer assets
By Ellie Randall
Because Involta houses an organization’s most critical equipment and disseminates highly sensitive data, their facilities required a layered approach to their security solution—including access control, video surveillance, wireless locks and more—to ensure access is granted only to the appropriate person.
Thermal security cameras have become affordable
By John Distelzweig
As video manufacturers have been driven to differentiate themselves in the marketplace, high-end surveillance technologies have become accessible to a much broader customer base. One technology of note is thermal imaging.
How a California city protects attendees from potential vehicle attacks
By Greg Hamm
The 300,000 person Fremont Festival of the Arts, one of the largest street festivals west of the Mississippi River and toted as California’s premiere art, wine and music festival, is no small undertaking. The threat of an attack is a real possibility.
By Ralph C. Jensen
Should more parishioners carry guns in church? Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says yes, because as he sees it: “This is going to happen again.”
Cloud services shift is really happening
By Christian Morin
Only a few years ago, the inevitable shift to all things Cloud was met with guarded optimism. But today, the shift is really happening.