Redmond, WA (PRWEB) June 21, 2010
Synology America Corp., a leader in network attached storage servers, today posted its most recent white paper exploring common surveillance issues and solutions.
In this paper, Synology explores some of the challenges faced when creating or managing surveillance systems, whether for home or business use. It goes on to demonstrate how Synology’s surveillance solutions can provide answers to these difficulties.
“With IP cameras growing increasingly common, Synology is placed to help people safeguard, not just their data, but their physical property, too,” said Joshua Wise, a product specialist at Synology America Corp. "This paper will help people discover how Surveillance Station can simplify their surveillance setups.”
The paper addresses issues such as:
- Centralizing control of surveillance networks
- Remote viewing and management
Synology offers solutions to these issues such as Surveillance Station 4, which allows users to control and monitor everything from a single camera up to sixteen surveillance networks at once. Surveillance Station 4 allows Synology users to turn their DiskStation into an NVR solution.
Surveillance Station 4 already offers remote viewing, but the release of DS Cam has increased the convenience and mobility, allowing users to view up to six simultaneous camera feeds from their iPhone®.
All interested in reading the white paper can find it here:
Founded in April of 2000, Synology Inc. is a leader in next-generation Network Attached Storage (NAS) servers for the home and small to medium sized business markets. Specializing in both hardware and software for network attached storage devices; Synology products are feature-rich, easy-to-use, energy-efficient, reliable and affordable. All Synology product investments are enhanced with product warranties, free software upgrades and 24/7 online support. Visit http://www.synology.com for more information
Headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, Synology has a global presence with regional offices in the US (Redmond, Washington) and the UK (London, England).
Synology America Corp.