Storage Takes the Leap to IP, the Choices and Challenges

This executive briefing for chief security officers (CSOs), directors and managers centers on the implications of digital video on the storage needs and image management with a focus on the operation and business bottom line.


With the growth of video surveillance and the coexistence of analog and digital as a measured step to the transition to digital video surveillance continuing, there is another leap to take involving storage, retrieval and image management. Storage, it turns out has both a price and a growing role to...


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With the growth of video surveillance and the coexistence of analog and digital as a measured step to the transition to digital video surveillance continuing, there is another leap to take involving storage, retrieval and image management. Storage, it turns out has both a price and a growing role to play in evolving systems. There are different uses and purposes of stored video, various locations where images can be stored, a myriad of storage types and business and operations issues to consider. This white paper gives a step by step guide to building an effective storage solutions for IP video surveillance systems.