Monitoring JPEG Images From IP Cameras?

Hi, I’m looking to find the simplest method of transmitting still JPEG images (triggered by motion detection) from an existing IP camera network to an external FTP server without having to disturb the IT department too much. The issue I’m facing is if the existing camera is connected to the internal IT network, I first need to get the IT Department to approve transmitting images via FTP/SFTP...

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