Comprehensive How to Guide of Ivideon accounts and features from our UK distribution partners DVS LTD. Recomended for the global team of Ivideon distributing and installing partners as well as to the end users. Please contact sales@dvs.co.uk or partner@ivideon.com should you have any questions.

Customers who spend a lot of time waiting in lines are less likely to return to those stores. Studies show that 80–90% of clients faced with long queues would just prefer to take their business and revenue elsewhere.

Queues at retail stores totaling an hour a day cut daily revenue by more than 10%, sabotaging loyalty and speaking to deeper staffing problems. But employees don’t like admitting that there are queues or think of them as incidental, since they don’t want to deal with negative attention from the main office or new rules streamlining their work.

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Integration functionality includes the features, loved by many customers all over the world:

  • Possibility of quick direct connection to Ivideon cloud via client account for web or smartphone app. There is no need to install an NVR or server;

  • Live video and audio with customisable quality;

  • Playback and remote backup of local archive from a SD-card via Ivideon client applications;

  • Remote setting up of video, audio, security and motion detection parameters;

  • Continuous and event-triggered recording to cloud;

  • Remote PTZ control;

  • Public broadcasting via Ivideon;

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iOS gets camera layouts!

Ivideon’s iOS app is used by quite a few of our customers every day, generally business owners and managers who aren’t near their computers but need fast access to an overview of their office or other location.

The new functionality lets you see several cameras on one screen, cutting down on battery drain and the data you use.

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Ivideon users with business accounts and cloud storage connected can delay recording to their archive in the cloud. Using the new functionality, recordings are first stored locally, on Ivideon Server or an SD card in the camera, and then copied to the cloud later.

If you use your internet for critical systems like cash registers, accounting, and document management, you can’t clog it up with video streams. You can now delay when your recordings are sent to the cloud, for example, by having them copied up at night when nobody’s using the internet.

Scheduled recording to the cloud also helps if internet traffic costs more for you during the day. Start by saving your video locally, and then send it to the cloud at night.

Activating delayed cloud recording

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