IP Video Surveillance is one of the most important applications for companies today since real time video surveillance and analytics can be used not only to protect the business, people and assets, but it can also be used as the eyes, ears and memory of the business to improve decision making and operations, significantly increasing the value of people, processes, data and things.
So, if that doesn’t sway you, here are five good reasons to check out Network Design and Implementation for IP Video Surveillance (BRKEVT-2311)
- Your Business: IP Video Surveillance and related analytics applications are becoming the eyes and the ears of business. Beyond safety and security, there are many business use cases and applications that can save your company valuable time, money, and resources.
- Your Network: Similar to two way video, and streaming video, video surveillance is one of the most demanding applications on a network and you will be introduced to ways to meet this demand.
- Your Skills: Increased technical understanding IP Video Surveillance design and implementation is a great way enhance and add to your existing skills.
- Your Future: The Internet of Things has made many new solutions possible with fog computing, open application eco-system partners, and analytics with IP Video Surveillance that is a central component.
- Your Cisco Team -- Cisco technical experts, Lionel Hunt and Jason Lee are delivering this together and have received rave reviews in past sessions. If this isn’t one of your favorite sessions of Cisco Live, I’ll eat my hat.*
Understanding how to effectively design and implement video surveillance systems that can integrate into your existing enterprise application environment can dramatically increase the value of your skills and abilities to your business.
On Monday, May 19, 8:00, Lionel Hunt, Technical Lead, and Jason Lee, Systems Engineer will provide an outstanding overview of the nuts and bolts of video surveillance and how to make it a survivable application on your network. They will cover the craft and best practices designing an IP video surveillance system, considerations for managing video surveillance on the network, and the do’s and don’ts of camera placement and video surveillance management and operations.
*No hats shall be harmed in the making of this promise.
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