Archive for October, 2012

City of Atlanta to Add Surveillance Cameras

October 18th, 2012

As reported this week by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC), the City Council for the City of Atlanta voted to spend $2.25 million to expand its video surveillance presence in the city.  City of Atlanta officials are pointing to the existing video surveillance infrastructure as one reason that crime in some categories has been reduced. According […]

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Easier Access Control

October 18th, 2012

Do you have an access control system for your facility that allows you to use access cards or keyfobs to open locked doors?  If so, you probably manage that system with a server that has software that holds the system configurations and the list of cardholders. If you are like many people that we talk […]

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Getting Your Video While On the Go

October 10th, 2012

Video surveillance cameras are widely deployed in many homes and businesses.  In fact, this article from Popular Mechanics magazine states that “there are an estimated 30 million surveillance cameras now deployed in the United States shooting 4 billion hours of footage a week.”  But, we often encounter users and owners of video cameras who are […]

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