How to Overcome the Storage Challenges of Adopting Surveillance AI

Businesses are using sensors, Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and surveillance cameras to manage assets and resources more efficiently than ever before. Facial recognition, remote patient monitoring, and wrong-way driver detection are just a few of the advanced, insight-driven technologies seeing greater adoption today. At the center of it all is data, which is continuously being gathered, analyzed and utilized for real-time decision-making. This data collection places a greater workload on the storage systems behind the sensors. Smart solutions are only as good as the data they store, analyze and…

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CISO Benchmark Study: Anticipating the Unknowns

See no evil, block no evil Imagine if one could see deep into the future, and way back into the past – both at the same time. Imagine having visibility of everything that had ever happened and everything that was ever going to happen, everywhere, all at once. And then imagine processing power strong enough to make sense of all this data in every language and in every dimension. Unless you’ve achieved that digital data nirvana (and you haven’t told the rest of us), you’re going to have some unknowns…

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Best Practices for Video Storage Infrastructure

Successfully recording video from hundreds of security cameras 24 hours a day, seven days a week without losing a single frame is a very complex challenge. If that wasn’t tough enough, your system also has to allow for future growth and show that it’s reducing your claims and/ or shortening response times. Video surveillance is becoming more and more important as perceived and actual physical security threats increase worldwide. Hardware and solutions proliferate even as budgets have flattened or turned downward. Whether you’ve been a security professional for decades or…

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Development of Cyber-Sustainable Video Surveillance Systems

Cybersecurity is a trending topic in the video surveillance market. As a result of international regulations, companies are assessing the potential security risks of video surveillance systems, deploying crisis management policies and developing mitigation plans for events related to a data breach. Customers desire trustworthy products and vendors are rushing to fill this gap to satisfy the market demand. Multiple vendors are offering a great number of solutions, however the choice and diversification perplexes customers, who often have difficulty identifying the best solution for their needs. In this paper, Videotec…

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