New Video Security System Guide Documents Four Key Selection Criteria

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A new, free video security system guide from eMazzanti Technologies, an IT consultant in the New York City area, provides helpful criteria to small business owners when selecting a video security solution

It makes sense that a computer network expert would know best how to integrate video surveillance into your existing infrastructure

For many small and medium businesses, some type of security system is a must and a new video security system guide spells out what’s most important when purchasing a solution. The guide is now available, free from eMazzanti Technologies, a Hoboken, NJ and New York City, [IT support and computer consultant.

The free, eCare video security system guide can be downloaded at: http://www.emazzanti.net/wp-content/uploads/Video-Surveillance-System.pdf

Your IT Consultant Should Be Your IP Video Security Consultant
One of the first things a small business should consider first is the type of security system provider. The eCare Video Security System Guide makes a strong case for choosing an IT consultant as the IP video security consultant. Why? Because the IT professional already knows how to install, maintain and protect the businesses computer network. It makes sense to tap this existing expertise for integrating video surveillance into any network.

“It makes sense that a computer network expert would know best how to integrate video surveillance into your existing infrastructure,” said Jennifer Mazzanti, president, eMazzanti Technologies serving New York City small and medium businesses. “Running a security system over the Internet (IP) taps into the power of the latest technology.”

Avoid Old Analog Technology
As businesses consider video security solutions, one of the first things that should be avoided is old, analog technology. Many national companies build their entire installation around proprietary CCTV (close-circuit television) analog camera and support equipment. Further, integration into an existing computer network system is quirky or, in some instances, impossible. For these and several other reasons, it makes sense for companies to consider its IT support and computer consultant as the perfect resource for a comprehensive video security system. The right IT expert already knows the network and how to best integrate a custom video security system with an off-the-shelf price.

Four Key Selection Criteria

  •     IP-based. It means the entire eCare Video Security System runs over the internet and uses existing internet wiring to network and power cameras. Control can be managed onsite or remotely.
  •     Hardware Agnostic. This allows users to select from a large variety of cameras and Digital Video Recorders (DVRs) to better control features and costs.
  •     Flexibility. Because the system has IP-based cameras, multiple locations are easily added or changed. A single monitor can display up to 16 camera locations.
  •     Affordable. Non-proprietary equipment and use of existing computer networks lowers total cost of ownership.

For a complete Video Security System Primer, go to: [http://www.emazzanti.net/wp-content/uploads/Video-Surveillance-System.pdf

About eMazzanti Technologies
With a company name that sounds more like a purebred, high-performance sports car than a IT support and consulting firm, eMazzanti Technologies is all about delivering powerful solutions such as managed printing services, video security solutions, PCS DSS compliance, computer network management, network troubleshooting, business continuity and disaster recovery, green computing, mobile workforce technology, information security, cloud computing, and business information optimization in the most efficient manner possible. The Hoboken, N.J., firm is located in one of the most densely populated - and competitive - regions in the U.S. It provides business technology consulting services for companies ranging from home offices to multinational corporations in the New York metropolitan area, the United States and throughout the world. For more information contact: Carl Mazzanti 201-360-4400 or emazzanti.net

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