According to a survey conducted by Boon Edam, while more than 70 percent of respondents report they believe their organizations are vulnerable to security breaches as a result of “tailgating,” only 15 percent report that they are currently tracking these incidents — tailgating occurs when an authorized person holds a door open for another person who enters without successfully passing through access controls.
Each month, Business Solutions reports news on business in the channel. This month in access control and video surveillance news, Pelco introduces new IP camera features, Canon makes an offer to acquire Axis Communications, Samsung launches megapixel HD fisheye cameras and announces online training program, and Milestone certifies the BCDVideo Nova Series.
Social media is the best way for SMBs to increase name awareness and interact with a broader customer base.
A new report by the 2112 Group reveals the IT channel is growing at double-digit rates for the fourth year in a row, increasing revenue and profitability while simultaneously improving business operations and performance.
Video solutions for surveillance and intelligence are gaining popularity in field service.
With recent threats made to shopping malls, security integration is at an all time high. For VARs and integrators, this creates an opportunity to provide solutions that enhance security at these locations.
Each month, Business Solutions reports news on business in the channel. This month in access control and video surveillance news, Honeywell expands its line of pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras and VIVOTEK introduces the smallest 5 MP fisheye network camera.
The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate has invested billions of dollars in development and transitioning of research projects into viable commercial solutions for first responders and network operators, as Fed Tech Magazine reports.
FITARA gives a major boost to agency chief information officers when it comes to overseeing their agencies’ IT budgets, promising CIOs a “significant role” in programming, budgeting, and decision-making related to IT at their agencies.
Successfully deploying an ad hoc wireless video network helped forge a long-term relationship with a major marathon.