Toshiba Launches Program to Help Schools Achieve Security Goals
Along with special product pricing, the program includes on-going alerting, systems reporting and engineer support.
IRVINE, Calif. – Toshiba announces the availability of a new program geared toward helping K-12 schools and higher education institutions meet their video surveillance and security initiatives.
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“The threat of violence, vandalism and burglary are a reality in today’s schools, as are reduced budgets for security,” says Greg Hartzell, director of Toshiba Surveillance & IP Video Products. “Our new Toshiba Surveillance Education Program is crafted to overcome budget constraints. It offers institutions far more than just special pricing on Toshiba cameras, accessories, software and recorders; it is a complete solution including long term benefits aimed at providing committed support and controlling total cost of ownership.”
The program includes on-going alerting, systems reporting and Toshiba engineer support, without incurring additional costs, according to the company.
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Public or private K-12 institutions, universities and community colleges are eligible for the program.
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