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Tue, 2017-05-30 07:33 AM

Bjorn Eilertsen

P { margin-bottom: 0.08in; }A&S International magazine recently interviewed Milestone Chief Technology Officer Bjorn Eilertsen, about the requirements to consider for multi-site video monitoring...
Fri, 2017-05-26 10:37 AM
If your enterprise IT operations organization has moved to container technology such as Docker, you’re likely dealing with container orchestration systems within IT production. These...
Fri, 2017-05-26 08:10 AM
ST. PAUL, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In its continuing mission to improve every life, 3M announced today the publication of its 2017 Sustainability Report. The 2017 Sustainability Report covers what the...

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By Alan F. Wohlstetter, Esq. and Sekou Campbell, Esq.
For government and critical infrastructure settings, perimeter protection is especially crucial and often the first line of defense for security-conscious environments. Where fences once did the job, now video analytics – sometimes referred to as a Perimeter Intrusion Detection Solution (PIDS) -- is stepping in, either working alongside physical barriers or doing the job solo, as a virtual fence. The PIDS evolution
Securing our cities in a post 9-11 environment -- characterized by terrorist actions, civil unrest and natural disasters -- has emerged as one of the biggest challenges facing security professionals around the world. Leading-edge technologies for citywide monitoring and collaboration are widely available to improve security, but progress has been slow.
High-definition video conferencing gives federal agencies tools for cost savings and increased productivity through secure teleworking and collaborative work environments. Federal executives, then, must understand the security issues of HD video conferencing -- on-premise or in the cloud. In video conferencing, agencies are concerned with secure data storage, controlling and handling classified information to protect it from falling into the wrong hands.
Satisfying the call for more security with shrinking budgets is something almost every security-conscious government organization struggles with today. Fortunately, there are ways to get more for less. As systems require ongoing expenditure throughout their lifecycle, it is critical to examine not only their acquisition costs, but also their Total Cost of Ownership, or TCO. And the larger the deployment, such as those in military installations, airports and critical infrastructure, the more relevant TCO becomes.
 

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