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Cloudastructure March 2017 Newsletter

Dear Subscriber,

This month’s edition of Cloudasphere will focus on the various types of cloud video surveillance services and the challenges associated with them. In two of the recently released Perspective Papers, our experts have tried to provide you all information you need to extract the best out of your cloud-based video surveillance systems.

Also, we bring to you 2 videos on how cloud is redefining access control across geographies. Organizations have relied upon the traditional ways of managing their access control, however with the advent of cloud, things are changing and changing quite rapidly.

Lastly, we roundup all the latest news on VSaaS and ACaaS. The market for the two technologies is definitely growing with increasing acceptance from all corners. Do read the articles and write to us with your suggestions/thoughts on how to better serve you.

I hope you will enjoy reading this edition of Cloudasphere. Do share your suggetsions by writing to us at:

Happy Reading!

Rick Bentley

Perspective: 5 Types of Cloud-based Video Surveillance Services

CCloud-based video surveillance solutions, commonly known as video surveillance as a service (VSaaS), enable customers to pay per use on a monthly or quarterly basis with-out the hassles of setting up their own surveillance infrastructure. Still in the early stages of adoption, the industry broadly consists of 5 types of service providers. Read on to know more.

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Perspective: How to overcome the top 7 challenges of Cloud Video Surveillance

With the growth of video data, the viability of traditional DVRs and NVRs with local stor-age is breaking down. While many have accepted the need for a cloud—based storage infrastructure, there are still a few questions around this service. In our interactions with customers and installation partners, we identified some common areas of concern. Here we list down the top 7 challenges and some thoughts on the solutions.

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Energy and Utilities: Free consultation with our experts

Cloudastructure leverages the cloud infrastructure to deliver solutions for NERC CIP-014 R5.1 including Cloud based Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS) closely integrated with Cloud Access Control as a Service (ACaaS) as well as various sensors and alarms to deliver a complete solution.

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Retail: Connected Retail Security Solution

Cloudastructure Connected Retail Security Solution delivers the industry leading solution for retailers with cloud-based Video Surveillance and Access Control System as a Service. The system is adept at managing security and access controls for a single store as well as for a multi-store, multi-brand set-ups spread across the globe.

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Video: Cloudastructure SmartKey: Mobile-based Physical Access Control

Mobile technology has brought sweeping changes across various aspects of business. Physical Access Control is no different. SmartKey is the mobile-based Physical Access Control solution from Cloudastructure that has put the access credential inside the smartphone. Watch this video to know more.

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Video: Cloudastructure VSaaS and ACaaS Physical Security Infrastructure Solution

Our recently released video talks about the challenges of an on-premise physical security infrastructure and how cloud based physical security solutions can help overcome these challenges. It particularly highlights the vulnerability of NVRs and due to its need to create a hole in the firewall, which compromises the sanctity of the highly confidential video footage.

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News: Global Video Surveillance as a Service Market to Grow at a CAGR of 27.45% During the Period 2017 - 2021

Market Research Reports, Inc. has announced the addition of “Global Video Surveillance as a Service Market 2017 - 2021” research report to their website The report forecast the global video surveillance as a service market to grow at a CAGR of 27.45% during the period 2017-2021.

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News: Mysteries of the cloud fading as benefits become clear

Talking points are in abundance when integrators try persuading customers to consider cloud-based storage and management solutions. Two themes, however, seem to resonate, and for different reasons. Integrators find that they can draw upon their own learning experiences to take some mystery out of the cloud.

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