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Axis teams up with Avaya, EMC and Genetec to complete industry first
“In today’s environment, smart cities and enterprises are under increased pressure to deploy robust and intelligent security technology."
Hands-on Review: CleverLoop Security Surveillance System
CleverLoop is a video surveillance and security system that is built with smartphones and the modern digital world in mind.
D-Link launches new vigilant camera range for business
"More NZ businesses are looking for surveillance cameras that are easy to use while at the same time deliver professional HD video quality."
D-Link's new IP surveillance cameras hit the market
D-Link has released a line of surveillance cameras optimised for businesses while still being simple to use and affordable.
Ingram Micro ramps up physical security with Hikvision
Ingram Micro signs video surveillance vendor Hikvision in a deal the distie says provides revenue opportunities and complete sales for resellers.
D-Link: How WiFi cameras can protect homes
"Taking steps to secure your home not only provides peace of mind, it can also deter burglars."
Cloud Distribution's Eagle Eye for cloud based surveillance
Cloud Distribution has signed a distie deal with Eagle Eye Networks, bringing 'simple, reliable, affordable, accessible surveillance' to the channel.
Hills spies opportunity with Vivotek IP surveillance
Hills has further bolstered its network camera offerings, winning master distribution for IP surveillance company Vivotek.
Video surveillance market set for interesting 2015
Differentiation will be a key market driver for almost every equipment vendor, distributor and integrator over the next couple of years.
Video surveillance securing new business for Kiwi resellers
Global video surveillance company opens Wellington office; urging resellers to secure new business with video surveillance.
Video surveillance securing new business for Aussie IT resellers
Video surveillance is no longer the domain of security companies, with IT resellers taking advantage of a growth market.
New Zealanders part of global opposition to USA big brother mass surveillance
Amnesty International says people want Google, Microsoft and Yahoo to secure their communications to prevent government access