Archive for 'Video Surveillance'

Next Generation Cloud-Based Access Control and Video

May 24th, 2018

About two weeks ago, Honeywell launched the latest iteration of their cloud-base access control and video management platform, Maxpro Cloud.  Maxpro Cloud has been available for some time and this was the launch of a new user interface with enhanced features and functionality. The great thing about Maxpro Cloud is that it makes it very […]

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Is Amazon in the Access Control Business?

April 17th, 2018

As you may have heard, Amazon now offers a service called Amazon Key which provides a way for you to allow an Amazon delivery person to access your home to deliver a package.  The electronic lock provided by Amazon is paired with a cloud-based camera so the delivery process can be viewed and recorded.  Amazon […]

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Manage Your Security from the Cloud

July 11th, 2017

In a recent blog post, I outlined the reasons why using cloud services would provide benefits to our end users.  In this post, I will talk about some of the specific benefits provided by a cloud security service we provide, Maxpro Cloud. Maxpro Cloud is a hosted cloud-based platform that provides access control and video […]

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Why We Like the Cloud for Security

June 19th, 2017

Everywhere we look, we hear about companies offering cloud-based technology services.  Quite simply, a cloud-based service (public cloud-based service) is one that doesn’t require a company to have software running on a server on the company’s premise. The cloud has come to the security industry too.  In fact, we have been offering cloud-based services for […]

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Thieves Make Off with Five Tons of Nutella

April 15th, 2013

It seems that someone has nabbed five and a half tons of Nutella, the wonderful chocolate hazelnut spread that everyone should try in one’s lifetime.  The heist occurred in the German town of Bad Hersfeld after a trailer of the spread was left parked in the center of town.  The value of the Nutella was […]

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