Recently I attended the Cloud Partners Conference in Boston. It was at this conference that I locked horns with some cloud application providers, distribution and other solution providers over a question that I asked.
Samsung Techwin America announced a new partnership with cloud provider SmartVue. The partnership was made possible by Samsung’s open platform feature, which allows third-party companies using standard APIs to develop applications and install them on Samsung’s WiseNet III cameras.
Utilizing cloud and application programming interface (API) technology, Diebold, Incorporated is introducing its new Site Sentry video management technology which enables customers to view, assess and respond to security events in real time.
Zetron, a provider of mission-critical communications and security systems worldwide, will be exhibiting at the American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS) international conference and trade show in Anaheim, CA, September 28–October 1, 2015.
Micro Key Solutions (MKS) and Bosch Security Systems Inc. announced the completion and successful deployment of the integration between the MKS central station platform and the full range of cloud-based video monitoring services from Bosch.
Having the right back-office software is like having a super-star employee on your team. From accounting/billing, to scheduling, to proposals and contracts — your entire operation just runs more smoothly and efficiently.
Genetec’s™ Cloud Archives service for Security Center is designed to allow organizations to easily scale the available storage capacity of their surveillance system and to eliminate the need to invest in additional servers.
The advantage of this setup over the app experience is that all devices are being controlled from a single point of interaction, which enables more complex and advanced programming techniques such as macro commands and the use of conditional logic.
Stanley Convergent Security Solutions Inc. (Stanley CSS), Naperville, Ill., launched a new line of cloud services and mobile applications. The new offerings include eVideo Cloud Storage, Web-based time and attendance; smart phone security alarm control, in-motion iris biometrics and dynamic enhancements to Stanley’s eServices eExecutive Dashboard and eServices Mobile Apps — all were unveiled at ASIS International 2011 in Orlando.
As the cover asserts, this year may be a tipping point for access control sales — with big data, cloud, cyber and more causing customers to rethink and retool their access control and identity management systems.
Also in June, the latest developments in Central Station Software, the "Most Popular Brands Among the SDM 100", and much more.