Apple iPhone to Improve Video Surveillance; Special Report Examines Benefits to CCTV and Security Operations

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Today, releases a special report on the key impacts that Apple products including the iPhone and Xserve will deliver to CCTV and video surveillance.

Over the last month, interest in Apple's role in video surveillance has increased dramatically. Apple is co-hosting a panel titled "The Future of Video Surveillance" September 16, 2008 at ASIS, the largest security management seminar in the world.

The special report examines Apple's products and what benefits they can offer video surveillance solutions. The report determines that mobile video surveillance is the area where Apple will create the most significant impact. While mobile video surveillance is highly valuable to security, traditional PDAs and phones had limited success. According to the report, the iPhone (and the iPod touch) have the ability to create a breakthrough to finally deliver quality mobile video surveillance.

"Seemingly everyone wants to know how Apple will impact video surveillance," states John Honovich, founder of and a panelist on "The Future of Video Surveillance" event. "This report should help the community better understand the key areas where Apple will have the biggest impact. Apple is poised to significantly improve video surveillance. Smart professionals should carefully understand and adjust their actions to maximize this emerging trend." monitors news on Apple's role in video surveillance and many other leading topics such as: IP cameras, megapixel cameras, NVRs, DVRs, IP video surveillance software, intelligent video, video analytics, storage clusters, wireless, PSIM, and IT convergence.

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