Qognify introduces new VMS with cloud capabilities
This VMS allows for bi-directional integrations with other solutions such as access control, intrusion detection and video analytics.
April 11, 2022 By SP&T Staff
PEARL RIVER — Qognify has launched its new video management software, Qognify VMS, one that includes added features for end users like low total cost of ownership, business process support and ecosystem integrations and cloud readiness.
Qognify says that with their latest VMS, users have the option to store video data in the cloud if they are trying to minimize their hardware footprint and scale storage space.
“While cloud-based physical security solutions have been on the rise in small and medium businesses for some time, the adoption rate in enterprise organizations was slower due to more complex system environments and demanding infrastructure requirements,” said Steve Shine, CEO of Qognify in a statement.
“However, rapidly evolving technologies and increasing network bandwidths are beginning to leverage the usage of cloud in this segment. This is why we are now launching Qognify VMS with advanced cloud storage capabilities.”
For clients wanting to keep data stored on premise, Qognify also offers a range of hardware solutions. All units come with a five-year warranty.
This VMS allows for bi-directional integrations with other solutions such as access control, intrusion detection and video analytics. Enterprises can apply the VMS to guard against theft, fraud and organized retail crime or to analyze customer behaviour.
Qognify’s says its VMS supports large scale store rollouts, web-based monitoring and video management across thousands of stores.
The Professional version of this VMS is the most basic version of the service. The Advanced package is better suited to larger, more complex projects, and the Infinity version works for all types of enterprises and includes more features with no added cost.
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