Consumers are asking for, and expecting, video monitoring as part of their home security solutions. In a Parks Associates research report, Alerts & Alarms: Improving
Any enterprise-level security company will concur that real-time security monitoring is a challenge. The crux is how to overcome obstacles and deploy reliable solutions for real-time monitoring.
As a security provider, you deal with a variety of challenges. This is where cloud services come into play. In this article, we’ll look at ways cloud services benefit security providers.
When it comes to downtime, the worst plan is no plan at all. Here’s what you need to think through before downtime affects you, ways you can avoid it, and, in worst-case scenarios, minimize it.
The cloud has had a huge impact on how many organizations do business. However, many security and alarm monitoring companies have been slow to adopt
Alarms and video are two of the key tools used by security teams. However, they tend to be used independently. Increasingly, new technologies are working
The cloud has a lot to offer. Organizations can scale their operations, manage their data more efficiently, and rapidly spin out new applications. However, there
Earlier this year, the security industry welcomed UL827, a new certification that separates the central station automation provider from central station operating sites. Under the