Networking (103)

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Brazil's Intelbras Factory/HQ Visit

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IPVM visited the HQ and factory of Intelbras, Brazil’s largest domestic CCTV company. In 2020, Intelbras opened a new 495,000 sq. ft. (46,000 m²) factory and filed for an IPO. Inside this post, the Dahua partner discusses its factory as well...

By Robert Wren Gordon - 13 days ago

2021 IP Networking Book Released

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The new IP Networking Book 2021 is a 234 page in-depth guide that teaches you how IT and telecom technologies impact modern security systems, notably updated and expanded since 2020. The book will give you the knowledge and the confidence to ...

By IPVM Team - 15 days ago

2021 Video Surveillance 101 Book

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IPVM's unique introduction to video surveillance series is now available as a 124-page eBook. Designed for managers, salespeople, and engineers new to video surveillance, this quickly gets professionals up to speed on the key terms, concepts, and ...

By IPVM Team - 19 days ago

Hikvision Co-Sponsored Smart City Expo Santiago de Chile Examined

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IPVM attended both days of the Hikvision-co-sponsored Smart City Expo Santiago de Chile. After being refused a spot in November's SEDEFIS 2020 smart cities event, Hikvision entered Smart City Expo Santiago de Chile as a co-sponsor. Inside thi...

By Robert Wren Gordon - about 1 month ago

Installation Course March 2021 - Save $50

Register now for this unique installation course in a market where little practical training is available. We teach you, step by step, the right way to install, the right tools to use and how to overcome the key challenges you will face insta...

By John Scanlan - about 1 month ago

IP Networking Course May 2021 - Save $50

Register now and save $50 for the only IP networking course designed specifically for video surveillance professionals, taught live. Lots of network training exists but none of it really explains how it relates to actual video surveillance sy...

By John Scanlan - about 1 month ago

Access Control Course April 2021 - Save $50

IPVM offers the most comprehensive access control course. Unlike manufacturer training that focuses only on a small part of the system, we look at the whole picture - design, operation, maintenance, and how all parts of an access system work toget...

By Brian Rhodes - 4 months ago

Directory of 97 Video Surveillance Startups

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This directory provides a list of video surveillance startups to help you see and research what companies are new or not yet broadly known. 2020 State of Video Surveillance Startups In the past year, the number and funding of video surveilla...

By IPVM Team - 8 months ago

Dynamic vs Static IP Addresses Tutorial

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While many cameras default to DHCP out of the box, that does not mean you should use it. This may seem basic for some, but those new to the industry may not know there are other options. Inside, we cover the following topics and their impact on...

By IPVM Team - 9 months ago

Cisco Acquiring Fluidmesh

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Cisco announced it is acquiring niche wireless manufacturer Fluidmesh. Both Cisco and Fluidmesh have been offering video surveillance solutions for more than a decade but neither has become a major mainstream player in this market. In this not...

By Sean Patton - 10 months ago

IPVM On-Demand Courses

For nearly a decade, IPVM has been a leader in online live courses. Now, we have on-demand versions for all courses. The same course materials (videos, tutorials, quizzes, assignments, exams) are now available for on-demand. Start whenever you ...

By IPVM Team - 10 months ago

Train Your Team With IPVM Courses From Experts

You trust and use IPVM for reporting and research and you can also have your team trained by our experts. One of the most common requests our support team gets is how members can get their co-workers or employees trained. This explains how an...

By Donald Maye - 11 months ago

Converged vs Dedicated Networks For Surveillance Tutorial

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Use the existing network or deploy a new one? This is a critical choice in designing video surveillance systems. Though 'convergence' was a big theme of the past decade, deciding what to do has been much harder in practice. In this guide, we b...

By IPVM Team - 11 months ago

Network Cabling for Video Surveillance

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In this guide, we explain the fundamentals of network cabling for video surveillance networks, how they should be installed, and the differences in testing them for production networks. Specifically, we examine: Network Cabling Defined Netw...

By IPVM Team - about 1 year ago

Bandwidth Fundamentals For Video Surveillance

Bandwidth is the most fundamental element of computer networking for video surveillance systems. Because video surveillance can consume an immense amount of bandwidth and because variations in bandwidth load of surveillance cameras can be so signi...

By IPVM Team - about 1 year ago

Security Sales Course January 2020

This sales course is customized for the current needs and challenges specific to professionals selling video surveillance and access control systems. Plenty of general sales training exists, but none focus on the specifics, nuances, and complexit...

By IPVM Team - about 1 year ago

Top Ways Security Integrators Improve Their Careers

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With DIY products expanding and the future of integration debated, how do integrators stay sharp so they are not left behind? 180+ integrators told us how they better themselves, learn new skills, and expand their careers. Inside this report, ...

By Brian Rhodes - over 1 year ago

Subnetting for Video Surveillance

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This guide explains when subnetting is used on security networks, and how it works. We explain how to add or remove IP addresses to your range, borrowing bits, and the role of the subnet mask. Inside this report we provide information on: Ho...

By John Scanlan - over 1 year ago

Locking Down Network Connections Guide

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Accidents and inside attacks are risks when network connections are not locked down. Security and video surveillance systems should be protected against such attacks and can be done with relatively low-cost means. Inside this guide, IPVM explai...

By John Scanlan - over 1 year ago

Casino Security Consultant Carl Lindgren Interview

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For more than 20 years, Carl Lindgren worked as a casino surveillance pro, while being active (and sometimes outspoken) on various online video surveillance groups What best practices has he picked up over the years and, now as a consultant, wh...

By IPVM - almost 2 years ago

Ubiquiti Favorability Results 2019

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Ubiquiti has quietly grown into a $1+ billion annual revenue company, with offerings across wireless, wireline network and video surveillance (see our profile). While the company does little to no marketing, in IPVM's integrator study, they receiv...

By IPVM Team - almost 2 years ago

Cable Strapping For IP Camera Networks

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Many say using zip-ties is asking for problems. And BICSI prohibits them. But many video surveillance integrators use them regularly. What should you do? In this note, we contrast and explain the tradeoffs between: Zipties (often Nylon) Hoo...

By Brian Rhodes - about 2 years ago

Cybersecurity Insurance For Security Integrators

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Most security industry professionals carry insurance to cover themselves in the event of a general loss. However, most are not carrying cyber insurance. Insurers and industry groups IPVM spoke to say it is a 'no-brainer,' however, for integrators...

By Dan Gelinas - about 2 years ago

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