Training: VMS Fundamentals

Author: John Honovich, Published on Feb 11, 2013

In this special report, we provide over 2 hours of unique video training on the fundamentals of selecting and using Video Management Systems. This report is the second in our training series (The first, a pre-requisite for this report is our IP Video 101 guide).

Who is this training for?

This training is designed for:

  • End Users (Security and IT managers)
  • Sales and Marketing Professionals
  • Security Technicians looking to transition to IP Video
The training looks at a wide range of key elements in Video Management Systems, explaining their use, limitations and options.
The training uses demonstrations of numerous real-world VMS systems to show the range of approaches on the market.

What does this training cover?

We have segmented the training into a series of individual videos focusing on the following key sections:

  1. VMS Basics
  2. Live Monitoring
  3. Alarm Monitoring
  4. Investigations
  5. Installation / Upgrading
  6. Camera Support / Configuration
  7. Server Config
  8. Load / Scalability
  9. Using Analytics
  10. 3rd Party System Integration
  11. VMS Pricing

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