Michael Dell Invests in VSaaS Startup Eagle Eye

By John Honovich, Published Aug 01, 2014, 12:00am EDT (Info+)

Only a month after Google bought Dropcam, Michael Dell is investing in VSaaS startup, Eagle Eye Networks.

Inside this note, we look at what this means for the VSaaS market, in general, and Eagle Eye, in particular.

The *****

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*** ***** ** ******** **** ** Micheal ****'******** ********** ****, ***** **** ************* **** ****** ******** and ******* ***** ** ********.

*** ***** ****** ****** *** *** disclosed *** ** ********* ** *** multiple ********.

Why *** **********

*** **** ********** ** ********* ******* **** ***** *** ***** *** founder ** ***** ***, *** ******* Dell ** ******* ** ******* ************ ***** ************.

Eagle ***'* ***********

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Use ** *** ***** / *** ********

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Progress ** ***

******* ******* ~** ********* *** ~*** dealers ** ****.

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Market ******

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Comments (3)

I thought Samsung WiseNet III has the remote cloud access with no fee

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A, the Samsung free remote cloud offering is targeted at home users with one or a few cameras while Eagle Eye is at businesses with dozens or hundreds of cameras. See our Samsung 'SmartCam' test results, as a comparison.

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Cloud Video Surveillance | Eagle Eye Networks claims "Cloud Security done right".

Cloud Video Surveillance | Eagle Eye Networks (before it redirects to the http page) shows a certificate mis-match (*.wpengine.com.) On a RapidSSL (think: Foscam as a CA) certificate.

Um, not to be cheeky, but companies that claim cloud literacy might be fairly judged on whether they run their own web sites correctly.

Barracuda used to ship boxes with exposed back doors, didn't they?

Next contestant?

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