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The Digital Revolution - How to be Prepared
How companies can be prepared as security systems move into the digital
For the past 20 years, monitoring and surveillance applications have been served by analog technology. CCTV (closed-circuit television) has traditionally been recorded to VCRs (video cassette recorders), and because of its perceived ease of use and manageable price point, analog was probably the right choice at the time. However, the rise of digital has laid bare analogĂ˘â‚¬â„˘s many shortcomings.
Beginners Guide to IP.
With so much choice of products and services now available from both traditional and new providers, the security marketplace is awash with solutions for what seems an infinate number of applications and uses. But for the un0initiated, the first question usually asked is "What is IP and how does it work?"Read More
The Top Five Frequently Asked Questions.
Is the Video technology available and proven?
Yes! Whilst there are a lot of cameras and boxes around, falsely masquerading as IP-CCTV systems, Baxall has full end-to-end solutions that can provide all the functionality of a high-end matrix with real-time recording and integration to Access and Building Management.
IP based Networks : A Basic Guide - 12 Pages
This white paper introduces the central components of IP-based network technology, and in doing so it demonstrates the tremendous benefits this new technology has to offer. - Axis Communications.Read More
The Top 10 Myths about Network Video - 10 Pages
This white paper shatters the misperceptions surrounding networked video. A very interesting and education paper from Axis Communications.Read More