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Articles that Enrich and Expand on Physical Security Technologies

  1. What is Video Management Software (VMS)?

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    Video management software (VMS) provides real-time security monitoring and playback of video surveillance footage from an on-site, centralized or mobile location. Higher-end systems can also bring in alarms and sensor data...
  2. What is a Video Management System (VMS)?

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    By combining software and hardware, a video management system (VMS) helps users automatically monitor events from any number of surveillance (CCTV) cameras, alarms, or sensors. VMS hardware can include cameras, encoders...
  3. What is a Digital Video Recorder (DVR)?

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    A Digital Video Recorder (DVR) records video to local storage devices, most commonly a hard drive.  DVR can record analog video sources on-site or capture video from a digital source. DVRs...
  4. Benefits of Video Management Systems

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    Video Management Systems and Software are an essential part of any video security surveillance solution. Benefits and advantages of almost every VMS include: Flexibility and ease of use Scalability Cloud, server...
  5. What is a Network Video Recorder (NVR)?

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    Network Video Recorder (NVR) is a specialized computer that records security footage in digital format to a hard drive. Because the NVR does not have video capture capability, video is typically processed...