Cloud video surveillance and video analytics provider Ivideon has become a strategic partner of Dahua Technology Co., Ltd. — one of the world’s leading manufacturers of VSaaS software and hardware solutions, security systems and IoT solutions.
Paxton, the global brand of electronic access control and video intercom systems has announced that its cloud-based access control solution, Paxton BLU now integrates with Ivideon, a cloud-based video surveillance company.
There are plenty of new features being added to the service that are going to make our clients’ lives much easier, especially if they have a lot of cameras to their name.
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CISCO* studies show that 52% of customers prefer self-service systems, even more going for stores where the lines aren’t as long.
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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.
The previous generation of IP Speed Domes connected to Ivideon cloud have been proven to be the perfect solution for Construction sites, Community services, City Surveillance, Hotels and Ski resorts among many others including the chain of Moscow Jewelry Factory stores, Belwest shoe stores and Dodo Pizza restaurants.
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.
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.