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In the past, if you wanted to install a surveillance system, your options were rather limited. A few years ago, cloud video surveillance wasn’t the best option compared to some of the more established systems in the market, such as DVR and NVR systems. These systems required servers, hard drives, and a laundry list of additional hardware to operate properly, but with limited options, most organizations chose to use a DVR/NVR setup. With recent advancements in cloud technology, businesses and enterprises are now seriously considering moving past the bulky hardware and opting for cloud video surveillance and for good reasons. In this post, we will discuss the benefits an organization can expect when using cloud storage for security cameras and why you should not upgrade to a DVR/NVR system.

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One of the biggest debates today is whether or not schools should be allowed to use security cameras. Though security cameras have been proven effective in enhancing campus safety, improper use of video surveillance can lead to negative sentiments and privacy invasion.

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Due to recent events, the use of video security is becoming increasingly important. When examining hotels and those in hospitality, this could not be truer. Hotels exist to please and entertain guests and visitors, yet without specific measures in place, how can hotels guarantee customers will enjoy their stay? The answer is simple – with modern security cameras. With a video surveillance system, organizations can be proactive and security-focused, so that guests can receive an experience they will remember for years to come.

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Determining what type of commercial surveillance camera to use can be a tough decision. If you select the right option, you’re in for an easy ride, but choose incorrectly – be prepared for some frustration. Here we’ll focus on the age-old question – should I purchase a wired or wireless commercial security camera and what are the pros and cons of each?

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Business owners, and organizations around the world, increasingly utilize video surveillance to help protect their assets and employees. As technology advances, video security will become more prevalent in the modern workplace. For an organization looking to implement video security, or is currently using security cameras, understanding the basic surveillance laws is critical to help protect you and your employees.