Today’s video surveillance technology is growing more complex every day. For value-added resellers that work with these systems, a successful project might require weeks or even months of planning and installation work.

8 Considerations for Adding Video Surveillance to a Physical Security Plan

Count down eight top considerations for adding video surveillance to a physical security plan.
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The healthcare industry can be a challenging market for selling video surveillance technology. Hospitals, health clinics, and doctor’s offices must carefully balance the need for physical and cyber security with concerns over patient privacy, federal and state regulations, and other constraints.

3 Video Surveillance Software Needs for the Healthcare Industry

Providers of all kinds require some degree of surveillance equipment. Keep in mind these three video surveillance software needs.
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From ordering pizza to paying your bills, it seems mobile capabilities are now a part of every aspect of our lives. In recent years, mobile solutions have even worked their way into the world of physical security—and both value-added resellers and their customers are enjoying the benefits.  

Reasons for Recommending Mobile Access Control Solutions to Customers

As mobile access control solutions continue to grow in popularity, now is a perfect time to begin incorporating them into your service offering.
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Software is a key component of any video surveillance system. However, as security technologies become increasingly advanced, it has become more challenging to identify the right surveillance software for a given customer. Today, there are enough options on the market to make even the most seasoned value-added reseller feel overwhelmed.

Choosing Video Surveillance Software to Match Your Customers' Needs

Here are some of the top considerations to keep in mind when shopping for video surveillance software.
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As the number of Internet-enabled devices worldwide approaches 6.4 billion, security concerns surrounding these networked technologies have only grown. The Internet of Things (IoT) is enabling new levels of convenience and insight in many areas of our lives, but are these devices exposing us to a whole new world of risk?

How Secure Is IP Technology for Your Clients?

A closer look at whether or not internet enabled cameras, and other IP technology devices, expose your clients to a greater degree of risk.
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The need for physical security in homes, businesses, and public places is as old as society itself. But physical security technology itself is constantly evolving, with new innovations emerging all the time. In such a dynamic industry, it’s important for value-added resellers (VARs) to continually assess their product offering in order to ensure that it is still relevant and effective for today’s security customers—and for those of the future.

3 Physical Security Technologies to Finally Move Away From

Is your business falling behind the competition? If so, here are 3 physical security technologies to move away from.
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The physical security industry is expanding at an incredible rate of 14.9 percent a year,according to recent research. While this is great news for value-added resellers (VARs) in general, it also means that your competition may be increasing over the years, as new providers enter this lucrative market. However, if you plan carefully, you’ll establish your own company as the go-to source for a wide range of best-in-class technology.

Physical Security Solutions To Set You Apart From the Competition

Here, we count down eight of the top physical security solutions that will help set you apart from the competition.
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With summer upon us, schools across the country are in the midst of massive technology upgrades, and value-added resellers (VARs) are hard at work. Because campus violence is such an important consideration today, many K-12 schools and universities are focused intently on how to improve their physical security and emergency responses.

Physical Security Plan Differences for K-12 vs. Higher Education

To get started, keep in mind these key differences that should be reflected in your physical security plans for K-12 and higher education campuses.
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The IP-versus-analog debate has raged for more than a decade in the physical security industry, and the scales have gradually tipped toward IP technology over the last several years. These days, not many will argue against the idea that IP technology is the future of the physical security industry. And outside of a few specific verticals, analog devices are slowly becoming extinct.

5 Reasons to Include an IP Based Solution in a Physical Security Plan

Why is it so important to include IP-based solutions in your physical security plan? Here are a few of the key reasons.
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Physical Security Through Ingram Micro

If you're new to the physical security market, or already an experienced security integrator, you'll appreciate our comprehensive product offerings and services. We can help you select the right hardware and software combinations, configure your solutions and even send out technical support engineers for assistance with large projects. And you can take advantage of training to keep you on the blade of the competitive edge.

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