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Cloud IP cameras are becoming more widely adopted by businesses. Many organizations, however, are not ready to fully switch their video security infrastructure entirely to the cloud. This where leveraging cloud storage with your current IP cameras can be incredibly beneficial to your organization.

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In the past, organizations were hesitant in implementing cloud-managed video security throughout their space as the performance just wasn’t at the level businesses expected. In only a few short years, cloud video surveillance technology has greatly advanced, and organizations are now beginning to adopt modern cloud-based systems. The benefits of upgrading to a cloud-managed system are vast – such as No DVR/NVRs, hard drives, or bulky hardware to manage or maintain – yet some cloud systems still possess serious flaws that businesses should be careful about.

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The world of video surveillance has dramatically changed over the last decade. Previously, CCTV systems were widely used, since cloud security cameras weren’t up to par for most commercial or industrial type usage. With so many options in the market, finding the right solution to implement can be challenging for many IT and Operation managers. Luckily, we’re here to help!

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Whether you are implementing video security at your business, organization, or apartment building – the process of allocating resources, conducting research, and then deploying a system can be a long and strenuous journey. In this blog post, we will concisely outline the entire process. From understanding the benefits of video security to finding the right camera option that will meet your requirements, this guide will explain the things to consider when implementing apartment building security cameras.

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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.