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Surveillance Cameras have evolved. Conventional Surveillance systems consists of cameras tied onto a DVR. Systems can very in the number of cameras that can be connected and the duration of storage available on the hard drive with in the DVR. This concept serves to provide on site supervision and recording of the activity taking place. The ability to review video stored on a hard drive within the DVR has prevented and solved many crime against home and business alike and works with your security system to keep you protected.
The vulnerability of on site video storage are now widely know. Failure of hard drive is most common in DVR systems as these devices are running 24/7. Venerable to attract, on site DVRs are often damage and even stolen by thief's when committing a crime. As more information and knowledge of the DVR type systems are available to criminals the are becoming more knowledgeable and confident in circumventing these systems.
Home and business greatly benefit when they employ the server based video system. This concept has cameras installed at a site with no DVR. The server replacing the DVR, sends video to a cloud storage facility on the internet protecting the images against being circumvented on site. What this means is that there is no DVR hard drive to fail or be stolen to prevent retrieving recording of activity. It also means the cost of repairing or replacing a DVR is no logger a concern.
While the cost of a video server is much cheaper than a DVR there is a fee for using the cloud server.
Fees for cloud video storage very in cost and is based on the number of cameras, quality of image and length of time each camera's video is to be stored for. surveillance cameras video systems home security cameras