Security Technology Executive

FEB-MAR 2018

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32 SECURIT Y TECHNOLOGY E XECUTIVE • Februar y/March 2018 • www. S torage can account for 60 percent or more of the total cost of a video surveillance implementation. As a security end user, implementing a multi-tier approach to video surveillance storage can help lower the cost of your system while helping position your organization for the implementation of video and data analytics. Change Creates Opportunity The video surveillance industry continues to transform. The transition to digi- tal is accelerating. Shipments of digital cameras have now surpassed analog, and approximately 63 million network cameras were shipped in 2016. And those cameras are at higher resolutions with 1080p HD cameras now the standard for new installations. Camera prices continue to go down, and so organizations are installing more cameras in How Storage Variables Bring Control to Surveillance Implementation's Bottom Line A multi-tier approach is a great way to get the capacity you need at a lower cost By Wayne Ar vidson The challenge to the end user is two-fold, not only how to structure a viable storage solution, but how to address the larger challenge of managing the growing volume of unstructured data. Image Courtesy of VIDEO TECHNOLOGY

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