With companies across all sectors taking advantage of cloud technology to reduce IT costs, streamline application management, and make their infrastructure more flexible and scalable. Here are five things to consider before moving your surveillance video to the cloud.
April 12, 2016
At ISC West, March Networks has introduced new service and support capabilities to help certified partners and customers access at-a-glance intelligence on their video surveillance networks.
Scott Goldfine · April 06, 2016
Diebold recommended its end customer standardize on a March Networks intelligent video solution to replace a variety of legacy surveillance systems that were performing poorly and were increasingly costly to maintain.
SSI Staff · January 15, 2016
Couldn't make ASIS 2015? No problem, Security Sales & Integration has you covered. Check out a slideshow from Anaheim, Calif., through the eyes of the SSI staff.
SSI Staff · September 30, 2015
Dealers use a simple prop of tape to help configure March Networks' new Searchlight 4 system that delivers metrics on sales performance, wait times, and buying habits for retailers as part of a CCTV video surveillance system.
Jason Knott · April 17, 2015
Approximately 170 attendees took part in the annual PSA Convention as the organization celebrated its 40th anniversary.
Scott Goldfine · October 16, 2014
March Networks has collaborated with Software House and Pelco by Schneider Electric to provide customers with greater flexibility and a centralized video surveillance and access control solution.
SSI Staff · April 02, 2014
Total Wine & More transitioned to the March Networks 8000 Series Hybrid NVRs and Visual Intelligence software to maintain security and loss prevention efforts across 100 outlets located in 15 states.
SSI Staff · March 27, 2014
Along with a raft of product and technology releases, manufacturers and service providers used ASIS 2013 in Chicago as a launching pad to announce to new partnerships.
September 26, 2013
The 8000 Series hybrid NVR by March Networks of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada supports as many as 32 IP cameras, or any hybrid combination up to 16 analog/16 IP cameras.
SSI Staff · April 08, 2013