Networked Security Solutions: IP Cameras & the Future of the Security Industry

As computers and technology continue to influence security technology, the industry must also adapt. And yes, while there are still analog cameras being produced and used, the industry is very much moving towards a networked security solution.

IP cameras are the future of the security industry. Not only are these cameras faster than their analog counterparts, but they are also much smarter and incredibly affordable.

IP Cameras and Networked Security in Action in Dallas, Texas

Texas Title Loans, a Dallas, Texas company recently had their analog system replaced with a hosted video surveillance system. This new system not only allows streaming video, but also allows Texas Title Loans’ owners to view this video remotely from their desktop, laptop, or mobile device.

This hosted system helped improve safety and security, while also putting an end to petty thefts, as well as helping educate employees on sales techniques, such as how to close deals. Additional benefits of IP cameras include:

  • IP cameras include the use of analytics.
  • IP cameras can identify items left behind.
  • IP cameras can determine traffic patterns.
  • IP cameras can count people.
  • And more!

With IP cameras, the future of the security industry is now.

For any further questions on Networked Security and IP Cameras, simply contact ARK Systems at 1-800-995-0189 or click here today.

From one camera to multi-camera, ARK handles it all with skill and experience.

At ARK, we do what we say we’re going to do when we say we’re going to do it. Because we came to install a security system…and to build a relationship. And we do it all with an unsurpassed commitment to quality. We’ve got 30 years’ experience under our belts, and we’re extremely well versed in the latest technologies.

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