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Should you make the switch from analog to IP SURVEILLANCE

Video Survellience is everywhere..  from private homes, to school yards, to homes, businesses and even on the neighborhood corner.  They act as threat detourants, cime investigators and quite simply a piece of mind for their owners.  With the expanded use of security cameras, the diversity of avialable products has been on the rise.  Cameras now no longer look in a single direction and take crude video barely recognizable to viewers.  The Cameras are now in HD, using IP based systems that can perfrom any number of tasks and record in any number of condidtions.  

You might think that you don't need all of those bells and whistles and that your analog cameras work just fine... But let us explain why you may be wrong.  

1.) The inital cost of these systems has decreased rapidly as the technology has become moe common.  What could have at one time cost you tens of thousands of dollars can cost you a fraction of the capital expense.  

2.) You rcurrent camera system is reaching the end of it's shelf life.  Low definition analog camera systems and DVRs are begining to gorw old.  As competitively priced HD IP cameras have flooded the market,  maintence on analog cameras will be incresing 

3.) Redundancy and Back up - more advanced hard drives use a backup design called RAID (redundant array of independent discs.)  With RAID, data is spread accross multiple HDDs. This means if one drive fails, the files are backed up on antoher drive.

4. Scalability — The migration to IP cameras is the most logical choice, as you start adding cameras to an existing video surveillance system,  Network-IP cameras can be added to an installation using existing analog cameras, which allows a company to migrate over time to today’s HD standard, decreasing initial capital expense.

5.) Management- With IP cameras, you achieve the ability to view files from any location in the world.  IP storage allows for access from mobile apps, and remote clouds from anywhere with an internet connection.  

6.)Enhanced Quality Images - IP cameras have a higher quality resolution, expanded views, and highly detailed images.  No longer will you need to worry of blurred footage of the outdated solutions.  

7.)Regluatory Compliance - Many industries have created security regluations due to increasing complexity of business environments.  The ability to retain files of data for longer periods of time, the quality of images and the amount of cameras needed can all be required by certain governing agencies.  

8.) Expanded Features- IP cameras are no longer the one trick ponies of the ancestors.  Cameras can now take footage in harsh weather conditions, extreme dark, and also maintain completele ____ while doing so.  Users have the ability to mobilize cameras and camera angles, use infrared technology, heat maps, and near endless technologies that can all be easily accessed from the tip of your fingers on a mobile device.  

9.) Ease of Installation: Many manufacturers have simple plug and play camera recognition to make installations as simple as possible.  

10.) Using Teledata Technologies to design and install your system makes it even easier. 

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