What Is the Difference Between Analog and IP Security Cameras?

What Is the Difference Between Analog and IP Security Cameras?

Is your manufacturing company thinking about installing a video surveillance system or upgrading your existing security camera system? At Conzer Security, Inc., we think it’s important to educate our customers and potential clients about the surveillance industry, so you can make informed decisions concerning your company’s security. Therefore, one of the first things you need to consider when choosing a video surveillance system is the type of security cameras that will best meet your company’s needs.

There are two primary types of cameras that are used in video surveillance systems: analog cameras and internet protocol (IP) cameras. Each type of camera operates differently and offers specific benefits, which we explain below.
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3 Strategies to Control Access at Your School

In the wake of the Columbine and Sandy Hook school shootings, security access control has become a hot topic for school administrators. Once thought to be a concern for only big-city schools, now suburban and rural schools also are looking for proactive security solutions to prevent unauthorized access by individuals looking to cause harm to students, faculty, staff and visitors.
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Security is NOT One Size Fits All

Does your stomach take a flip when you begin thinking about how to protect your plant or facility from theft – either physical assets or intellectual property?

It is a huge concern that touches businesses of all sizes and in all industries. If someone isn’t out to actually steal from you, someone else is out there willing to disrupt your business through technology. You know that’s true because you talk to your peers and everyone has a story – or is waiting for their story to unfold.

Security is an integral element of operations

Conzer Security is different in our approach to your protection. We aren’t here with a “package” that gives you x-number of cameras, automatic locks on your doors, and access control systems that are all fitted with some infrastructure and cabling. No, that’s not how we look at your problems and needs.
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