If you're already familiar with the concept of Network Attached Storage (NAS), understanding business NAS for video surveillance will require only a short leap. If you aren't, here's a quick refresher. NAS refers to the connection of a storage-optimized server to a computer network in order to provide file storage and access to multiple connected clients.

Business NAS for Video Surveillance: An Introduction

When it comes to video surveillance, business NAS can be an ideal storage and management solution. Here are three reasons why.
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Video surveillance is nothing new. Cameras have been an essential component of physical security for decades now, helping to prevent theft and vandalism and to record key evidence of incidents for use in investigations after the fact. The advent of digital video and storage streamlined the processes of capturing and reviewing security footage. New technological developments, however, are creating new challenges for businesses' video surveillance infrastructures.

Are You Ready for Today's Video Surveillance?

New technological developments are creating new challenges for businesses' video surveillance infrastructures.
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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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