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  1. Mobile Access To Retail Video Is Finally Practical
    1/29/2016

    Over the past several years, mobile clients such as smartphone and tablet apps have become a common method to access video on DVRs and video cameras. Most video recorders or video recording software is accompanied by an app which, along with some configuration on site, can be used to access live or recorded video.

  2. Share Video Quickly And Easily
    1/29/2016

    We heard a great story from one of our customers this week.  To identify a shoplifter, the store posted to their Facebook page a short video of the suspect.  Within 14 hours, the suspect was in custody.

  3. Granting And Revoking Access To Video On A BYOD Device
    1/29/2016

    Does your company allow employees to use their personal smart phone or tablet for business purposes? This option is commonly referred to as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). BYOD can be a great way to reduce IT costs.

  4. Managing Network Traffic
    1/29/2016

    A while ago I was at a customer site where MultiSight was being installed. I noticed that they already had a video system in the store–your typical low cost DVR with analog cameras. This system was being replaced by MultiSight. I asked the customer if this DVR setup had worked for them.  The answer was “Yes, but whenever we’d try to see the video remotely, we couldn’t process credit cards.” Attempts to view video remotely would saturate their network connection out of the store, and interfere with their Point of Sale (POS) system’s ability to process credit cards.

  5. Video Analytics From MultiSight: All Value, No Fuss
    1/29/2016

    In designing features like heatmaps and people counting, we exploit opportunities of MultiSight’s overall architecture in ways many other video systems cannot, so that we can offer these features at lower cost and with greater flexibility.

  6. MultiSight’s Health Monitoring Delivers Unprecedented Manageability
    1/29/2016

    One of the many values that MultiSight provides is manageability.  To us, manageability means the ability to keep stores online at all times, even if a customer has hundreds of sites with thousands of cameras and recorders.  Our MultiSight Gateway is designed with manageability in mind, and system health monitoring is an important part of that.

  7. Boyett Petroleum Simplifies Video Surveillance With Multi-Store Cloud-Based Solution
    1/29/2016

    “Yes we have video, but I wouldn’t call it a video solution.” So began our first conversation with Scott Castle, Vice President of Retail Operations at Boyett Petroleum.

  8. MultiSight Gateway Security
    1/29/2016

    The MultiSight Gateway is an appliance running an embedded Linux® operating system. The system does not support direct end-user access or OS level interaction thus minimizing security vulnerabilities. Unnecessary services and ports are turned off under normal operation to minimize security vulnerabilities.

  9. Wahlburgers Invests In New POS For Great Performance
    1/28/2016

    Wahlburgers is a chain of high-profile burger restaurants in Florida, Massachusetts, Nevada, New York, Pennsylvania and Canada that stands out from the crowd. The brainchild of brothers Mark, Paul and Donnie Wahlberg, it is a business run with great passion and a very personal touch.

  10. 5 Words Most Heard At NRF 2016
    1/26/2016

    NRF 2016 was in my rear view mirror when I caught a late shuttle bus Jan. 19, but it’s taken me a full week to assemble and analyze my copious notes from the event. I just quickly searched what I jotted down, and these five words appeared the most often.