Although an organization’s computer network is normally built to deal with large amounts of data, including that of video surveillance applications, installing security contractors need to fully leverage the functionalities of the end user’s IT investment to optimize bandwidth capacity. Learn principles behind proper cabling uses, bit rate control fundamentals and more.
The increasing need to transmit digital information from point to point has created various networking challenges for installing security contractors. This FREE download from Security Sales & Integration delves into the cabling and other infrastructure that determines the amount of bandwidth a network can achieve, along with insights into different transmission methodologies.
February 17, 2015
Selling alarm systems is more art than science, but one veteran industry consultant shares his proven formula to improve sales success for residential security systems and commercial security systems, including video surveillance.
February 02, 2015
The Business Issue
February 02, 2015
View this FREE, one-hour Recorded Webcast from Security Sales & Integration about situational awareness for better security and risk management with an emphasis on integrated alarm management and video-enhancement of alarms
January 22, 2015
View this FREE one-hour Recorded Webinar from Security Sales & Integration and sponsored by Western Digital will equip attendees with what they need to know and do to deliver business-based video surveillance solutions.
January 21, 2015
Industry Forecast Issue
January 14, 2015
An in-depth analysis of GPS fleet management usage by business owners and fleet operations professionals.
January 01, 2015
The exponential explosion of digital video surveillance systems has generated an enormous demand for safely, efficiently, reliably and economically storing all that data. In the second of two parts, these compression techniques are further detailed and explained.
December 09, 2014
The Technology Issue
December 03, 2014
Either through obsolescence or the need for greater functionality, most of the thousands of analog video surveillance systems presently installed are going to eventually convert to IP-based solutions. A three-step overview simplifies the process.
November 18, 2014