In light of recent events, we understand just how important it is to remain connected to your workspaces. With Rhombus, we’ve done all of the hard work and pioneered the ability to remotely manage your physical security across all locations from any web browser or mobile device.
The way we handle physical security is changing, but that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice productivity or performance. Even when you aren’t actively monitoring video feeds, Rhombus can send real-time alerts for specific events, so you’re always in the loop as to what’s going on in your organization.
Our industry-leading infrastructure delivers the most powerful cloud experience to date – from integrated IoT sensors for more visibility to the lowest bandwidth consumption and video latency in the market – Rhombus delivers an innovative platform without the bulky hardware or insane markup.
Additionally, Rhombus security cameras leverage a hybrid-cloud model that securely stores footage on-camera for up to 90 days as well as providing optional unlimited cloud storage. This ensures that even if your network goes out, the cameras will continue to record, and your footage is never lost. Lastly, we deploy some of the strictest cybersecurity practices to ensure your system is never left vulnerable and is kept up-to-date automatically without any manual work.
From the beginning, we designed Rhombus to enable you to easily and efficiently monitor your space, so even during those moments where you can’t physically be on-site, you can at least have the peace of mind of knowing that your organization is always protected. If you want to learn more about how Rhombus can help you remotely manage your security, reserve your spot in our upcoming webinar or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organizations in every industry use video surveillance to make decisions that affect the safety of their facilities, employees, visitors, and more. If you use IP security cameras for live monitoring, it’s especially important that footage has low latency and it is as accurate and up to date as possible. But what is considered ‘good’ or ‘bad’ latency when it comes to video surveillance? How does being in ‘the cloud’ affect it? This post will explore the differences between low latency, ultra-low latency, and real-time streaming. We’ll talk about what you actually need for your video security system, and how you can achieve ultra-low latency and real-time streaming.
When an incident occurs, sharing video with the proper authorities quickly and effectively makes a world of difference. Sharing footage is an essential feature, yet many of today’s video surveillance systems make this valuable feature challenging to do.