Security Sales & Integration
Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine was on the scene at Spectra Logic headquarters in Boulder, Colo., for Spectra Summit Deep Storage 2015. He got an inside look at the deep storage solutions business.
SSI Staff · October 16, 2015
Research firm Markets and Markets projects a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.41% from 2015 to 2020.
SSI Staff · October 14, 2015
Milestone’s Arcus video surveillance software is now available with WD’s My Cloud Business Series devices.
SSI Staff · September 01, 2015
IC Realtime has launched ICMyCloud, a storage service that supports live streaming, 1080p and content management via computers, iOS and Android devices.
By Robert Archer · August 25, 2015
Acts of terrorism, vandalism and petty crimes continue to drive demand for video surveillance and VSaaS systems by governments and organizations.
SSI Staff · February 11, 2015
Presented by Western Digital, this paper reviews the many ways to store digital video surveillance data. Learn why hard disk drives remain the most viable choice for most applications.
August 11, 2014
Bakersfield School District is revamping its districtwide video surveillance system with AssuredSAN Pro 5000 storage arrays from Dot Hill Storage.
SSI Staff · July 02, 2014
Bosch Security Systems Inc. of Fairport, N.Y., introduces the NBC-255-P IP camera. The compact camera functions as a complete network surveillance system. It comes ready to use and requires no additional equipment for recording video.
SSI Staff · November 04, 2009
Irvine, Calif.-based Toshiba Surveillance & IP Network Video, a business unit of Toshiba America Information Systems, has combined fault tolerant engineering with multiformat support for up to 32 IP network cameras, including megapixel models, in its new NVS Series network video recorders.
SSI Staff · July 22, 2009
Sure, you’ve heard the remote video spiel for years; but guess what? Technological advances, a host of real-world solutions, lower barriers to entry and feasible pricing models make it worth your while to listen anew.
By Peter Giacalone · June 01, 2009