2009 Video Management System Comparison Released

Author: John Honovich, Published on Jan 29, 2009

This report helps you decide amongst the leading IP video surveillance software products on the market. If you are moving to IP video or looking to replace DVRs, this report will help you understand the best product for your needs.

The report covers the following companies:

  • Axis
  • Cisco
  • Genetec
  • DvTel
  • IndigoVision
  • Milestone
  • Mobotix
  • OnSSI
  • Verint

The companies are assessed based on 9 fundamental factors that customers are most likely to decide on. Each factor is explained so that the reader can appreciate its importance to specific applications.

The strengths and weaknesses of each companies are analyzed in regards to these 9 fundamental factors.

Finally, the report covers the 3 major trends affecting Video Management Systems:
  • The migration from DVRs to Software Only
  • The importance of advanced management and integration
  • The evolution of free VMS products

Download the Video Management System comparison report.

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