IFSEC Global.com and Buffalo Technology are pleased to release the findings of their 2013 CCTV & Video Surveillance Storage Solutions Survey. The survey provides insights into how much storage people are using in their business, and how much pressure video surveillance data is putting on their systems and the need to expand their storage solutions. It also covers ease of access to surveillance data - a critical element in speed of investigation into an incident.
Working environments are changing – and rapidly so. Among others, this is caused by the Internet and social media. These facilitate real-time communication and collaboration. When it comes to large-scale IT networks, customers, business partners and financing partners alike all expect a proven high level of IT security. Furthermore, today's business processes frequently involve video sources as well as documents and images.
Today’s small and mid-sized businesses operate in the same mission-critical environment as their enterprise competitors. And like big businesses, SMBs also have to handle large volumes of data, and maintain the highest levels of uptime - every day and around the clock.
“Working with the Buffalo team was
great, my IT guy called in and found out
everything he needed to know to get the
system up and running.“
Dr. Jennifer Edwards,
Owner, Ponemah Veterinary Hospital
“The client came to us to take over the project, maintain the cameras, and provide the storage solution. They have some pretty expensive jets; security is an issue. It was very important to them to have reliable surveillance.“
owner of EOS Digital Services
Andrea Caputo Architecture Office is an architectural and interior design firm based in Milan that has focused on using technology to optimize its projects since it began doing business.
With a wealth of data to store and thousands of people to support, all for a three-day festival, there were plenty of challenges for the Japanese manufacturer to overcome.
The Buffalo TeraStations™, linked to the Elbex video cameras, help to combat theft and malicious activity in one of the largest underground car parks in the region.
When your company’s product is unique, as in the case of creativity, it is vital to store it in a safe place. This is why Twintip, a digital agency based in Reggio Emilia, Italy, chose Buffalo TeraStation™ 5400 to store and manage its data.
Surrey-based Kadium Limited specialises in B2B technology magazines which include Networking+, Southern African Wireless Communications, Northern African Wireless Communications, South Asian Wireless Communications and the annual African Wireless Communications Yearbook. As well as publishing print media, the company is also enhancing its online operations via email newsletters and is currently re-developing its website.
Sureline Support is in the process of replacing the LinkStation Pro devices in all 17 of Hand Picked’s hotels with 12TB TeraStation 5400 NAS devices, allowing entire backups to be run across the nationwide network. “Despite the challenges faced by hotel businesses over the last few years, Hand Picked Hotels continues to focus on improving the guest experience. We strive to support this as best we can by enabling the hotel staff to focus on the important hotel and guest matters without the distraction of IT.”
Finland's Slot Machine Association (Raha-automaattiyhdistys, RAY) was established in 1938 to collect funds from gambling activities for Finnish social and health organizations to support their activities. Throughout its history, RAY has pursued the money machine business in Finland on an exclusive basis.
Philip Nash Photography, based in Surrey, has been shooting commercial and personal photography and
video for over 9 years. As with a great deal of professional photographers today, the company has been working with digital formats for some time. But, as well as bringing a host of benefits to both the photographer and client through the speed in which images can be viewed and delivered, digital photography has also bought with it a new challenge - one of storage.
What do comic books and wireless networking have in common? Both are vital to Milwaukie Portland, OR based Dark Horse Comics. Dark Horse began in the mid-1980s as a retail comic book chain in Portland, Oregon by Mike Richardson. Noticing the content of comic books began to stale, Richardson began to seek innovation.
Dating back to the 13th century, Leeds Castle is four miles southeast of Maidstone in Kent. A royal home for over three centuries, the castle and its grounds are now a popular leisure, educational, and business destination. Owned by the Leeds Castle Foundation, it's regularly used for board meetings, residential conferences, and banquets. Leeds Castle has a number of separate buildings within the moated enclosure as well as in the surrounding grounds. According to IT Manager Andrew Payne, only the administration centre was networked for internet access. Leeds Castle wanted to offer more than this but only had a partial solution.
Turku is Finland's oldest city and Turku Science Park, with its three Universities, is Finland's largest Science Park, It holds within its campus, Finland's largest Polytechnic and over 210,000 square meters of facilities for business activities. Turku Science Park is home to 750 companies and organisations, of which nearly 250 are technology-based.
The College has some of the finest buildings and largest grounds of any secondary school in Ireland. The school required to network their new and existing computers across the campus for academic staff and pupils. The installation of regular network cable was simply not an option as many of the buildings are over 200 years old with walls over three foot thick in places.
UK TeraStation Case Study 08/11/2006 The school needed access to data that was up to two years old throughout each academic year, but couldn't rely on teachers or students to keep all of their coursework on file. With over 750 pupils and 80 staff, finding the capacity to store and backup these important files was proving a massive problem, particularly at the end of long courses when coursework had to be retrieved or restored and sent to exam boards electronically.