Death of Analog



Death of Analog


In the closed circuit television (CCTV) or surveillance industry, we are seeing some major changes that are causing an older technology to become antiquated and obsolete.  This is kind of sad day in the market since it was the industry’s first technology and what helped it to grow and develop the way it did.  The technology is Analog and with it you can only get a max resolution of 960h, but this is still only a 480i type of resolution.  In today’s modern world, people expect their security systems to produce an image that is similar to the videos they get […] Continue Reading…

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Configuring Your NVR System



Configuring Your NVR System


How do I begin to configure my NVR System? We often get questions like this and “how do I test and configure my camera system?”  To be honest, this question is very specific to the individual customer. Configuring your NVR system depends on which cameras and recording system you’ve chosen and how you will be using and configuring them, each application creates a different set of circumstances.  Regardless, I intend to give you a basic understanding of how to do a basic configuration with a Network Video Recorder (NVR) and Internet Protocol (IP) Cameras, at very least in broad […] Continue Reading…

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DATA PROTECTION: Secure your Infromation



DATA PROTECTION: Secure your Infromation


Data protection: Secure your information before it becomes too late.
 

Security can be a very obscure word. The context of the word is crucial in understanding if you are actually secure.  If locked doors made items secure we would have no need for Security Cameras. If our network devices were immune to remote access vandalism we would not have firewalls on our networks.  The phrase “security through obscurity” is very dangerous, and it is all too well known in the IT world.

Obscurity is one instance of where IT needs to be detailed in the management of CCTV systems. The tools […] Continue Reading…

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How to configure FTP to backup your Recorder



How to configure FTP to backup your Recorder


Imagine a situation: your DVR or NVR has been stolen. It is in this situation where learning How to configure FTP to backup your Recorder is necessary.

You’ve gone in the right direction to protect your property by purchasing a CCTV camera system. Having security cameras visible is enough in most cases to deter criminals from trying to gain entry to your home or business, but what happens if criminals still decide to access your property? If your security cameras are positioned well the footage you need to identify him or her will likely be recorded so the authorities can hopefully […] Continue Reading…

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How to configure and connect a Prime IP camera with an Elite NVR



How to configure and connect a Prime IP camera with an Elite NVR


Here at securitycameraking.com we focus on providing the best tech support possible and now with our new prime line-up, it is necessary to demonstrate how easy it is to work with this new line. In this article I will demonstrate how to integrate our Prime cameras with our Elite NVRs. Noticed that the integration doesn’t work the other way around (ELITE IPC with PRIME NVRs).

All of our Prime IPC as well as all of our Elite NVRs support the ONVIF protocol. To start, you will need to configure a few things in the camera to allow this integration to work […] Continue Reading…

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