One of the key problems with IP surveillance systems is dropped frames; gaps in video surveillance data can have grave consequences for individuals, and could cost a company unmeasurable financial and reputational damages. A common response is often to try and troubleshoot the problem within the parameters of existing systems.
Security remains a top player in IT priorities, with advanced security solutions considered of great importance to current and future business practices. As is known to many, keeping pace with stronger and smarter IT threats presents a challenge to both hardware and software architectural approaches.
CCTV and video surveillance represent the largest security technology segment. With crime detection and prevention roots stretching back 70 years, the industry has seen the development from black and white images on physical film to the latest IP cameras with fully centralised cloud storage.
Seagate says that unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last 12 months, you’ll know that security is becoming an increasingly important – and contentious – part of everyday conversation. However you feel about the direction in which the world is moving, there can be no doubt that new technologies and techniques are fundamentally changing the way businesses think about surveillance.
Leading data storage company, Seagate, showcases SkyHawk surveillance and Rescue: Data Recovery Services at the UK Security Expo 2016, November 30th – December 1st, at Olympia London.