- Watch for New Trends
- What Lies Ahead for 2019
- From Risk to Reward
- Securing High-End Retail Stores
- Rethinking Access Control
Renowned systems integrator dominates gaming space for all the right reasons
Since North American Video (NAV) was founded in 1995, the systems integrator has continued to build an outstanding reputation in the physical security market.
Air cargo security: Creating multi-layered solutions
Around the world, the shipping and logistics industry has experienced immense operational growth and development.
Expect to see additional complex algorithms and more accurate detection methods
What technology and industry trends should you keep an eye out for to stay ahead of the pack? In short, complex analytics are growing hotter which is made possible by the trend towards GPU co-processing.
Luxury retailers are enjoying a business boom; inventories attract criminals
It’s no secret Americans like to shop online. A marketing survey showed 40 percent of U.S. internet users made purchases several times a month in 2017.
Looking ahead is an exercise of evolution
After spending close to 20 years in the security industry, it is always a good exercise to see what projections came through the last year and which ones we foresee in the coming years.
Networks, departments and the line between physical and cybersecurity
Thanks to wireless lock technologies, cloud-based software, and smartphone/tablet integration, it is now possible to deploy a secure, manageable, and cost-effective security solution without the need for complicated and expensive infrastructure.
Europe’s second largest seaport relies on open-platform video for security, logistics and environmental protection
Before installing a networked, open-platform, VMS solution, the Port of Antwerp had a standalone DVR system with no networking capabilities and no open platform support, meaning only a limited number of camera brands were supported.
Breaches and threats are happening at a fast and furious pace
When it comes to access control, it all boils down to companies trying to determine whether you are who you say you are, and whether you are authorized to access certain information. As we all know, both those are tall orders to fill.
My, how times are changing the way we do business… in the publishing industry. Without going back to the details of yesteryear, the manner in which a publication is produced has changed from cut and paste, to the digital version of today.
Transmitting radio signals must perform in bad weather
Radar may not be the first technology that comes to mind when discussing perimeter protection, but that is all beginning to change.
Safer cities count on efficient and advanced solutions for sustainable operations
Smart city initiatives are growing across the globe, as leaders look to increase security and intelligence across metropolitan environments.
HSM approach delivers unparalleled cost/benefit for organizations
Hardware Security Modules, or HSMs, protect against insider and external threats by delivering confidentiality for encryption keys in a physically hardened appliance.
Organizations with remote workers should stand up to any threat
Technological advancements are resulting in trends and movements that improve the quality of life and business.
FROM THE EDITOR
No one will argue that the network has been one of the greatest evolutions in time. Think of it, everything that you used to do by hand, you can now do via computer. Well, almost everything.
Dramatic changes bring network technology to the forefront
Video surveillance has dramatically changed in recent decades. Open, IP-based network technology has largely replaced the closed, proprietary world that long dominated the security industry.
Security inside and outside the firewall are vital to storage
We live in a world where computer hacking, data breaches, identity theft, and stolen records of all sizes have become worldwide events that can happen at any time.
NETGEAR helps Hopemate standardize their client management platform
Hopemate is a small IT service provider located in the Greater Vancouver, Canada, area that brings IT support to small businesses in its community.
New tools to help dealers monitor, manage the equipment they install
In the dealer/integrator business, recurring monthly revenue (RMR) is like finding a gold mine with several profitable veins that can be mined. RMR is an attractive means for a secondary revenue stream.
How service assurance present new opportunities for integrators
In the professional security market, the model for revenue is changing. Systems integrators are looking for revenue beyond basic sales and maintenance—especially customer-oriented addons to generate recurring monthly revenues (RMR).