Milestone shows the expanding use of their product.....which is becoming more commonplace.
Arecont uses an unresolved event to showcase their product.....which seems counterproductive (and somewhat insensitive).
From a marketing perspective, even though industry products are used to capture jarring events, if you can't tie your solution back to a positive outcome, you should likely not use it for public marketing of your abilities.
IPVMU Certified | 02/05/15 02:43pm
what? no full product part number in the article?
The Milestone press release was deleted the moment I realized it wasn't a new product called Rhino.
Arecont is weirder. Nothing new about that. What the heck does "Arecont" mean anyway? Someone said those Russians thought that was how you spelled Arrogant. Now that's funny. I don't care who you are.
IPVMU Certified | 02/16/15 09:56pm
When the headline said Milestone Makes Newborn Rhino a Star, I expected to see a baby picture of Senator John McCain's new child.
Like another poster asked, What the heck does "Arecont" mean anyway?
Arecont has to win this one prize. Their ad was premature. Save it until the perp is caught. Then you can present the problem, the solution, and the happy ending.
From a Dubai police chief, speaking at a conference, comes this weird quote
“CCTV cameras were very helpful in solving crimes such as the one with Lebanese singer Suzanne Tamim or the Mabhouh case.”
Tamim was murdered in Dubai in July 2008, and Mahmoud Al Mabhouh, a Hamas commander, was assassinated in the city in January 2010.
Col bin Shafi said reliable security systems enabled police to more quickly respond to crime.
Not quickly enough though, eh?