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05Oct 2017
The State of Biometrics and Analytics

New technologies have given integrators more options than ever before. Access control featuring biometrics and analytics are creating smarter cities. BCDVideo Vice President Tom Larson discusses the role biometrics and analytics play in video surveillance. Biometrics in the Security Market We’ve seen biometrics for the past 8-10 years, whether we’re talking about hand geometry readers […]

21Sep 2017
Challenges in Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity has been put in the spotlight as hacking techniques become more and more sophisticated and successful. BCDVideo Vice President, Tom Larson, discusses the unique challenges in cybersecurity integrators have when securing video systems and the importance of creating an open cybersecurity standard across all manufacturers. Tom Larson, Vice President Biggest Cybersecurity Challenges for Video […]

06Sep 2017
cloud storage

Cloud Storage has broken into the video surveillance market, but how viable is it for large projects? BCDVideo Vice President Tom Larson talks about the impact the cloud has had on the surveillance industry and how quickly it’s adapting to accommodate larger installations. Tom Larson, BCDVideo Vice President Is Cloud Storage a Standard? Cloud storage […]

23Aug 2017
Mobile Security

Tom Larson, BCDVideo Vice President   Body cameras and in-vehicle installations are quickly becoming the new norm in video surveillance. BCDVideo Vice President, Tom Larson, discusses how mobile security is used today and what challenges are still ahead. The interview is broken into smaller segments below. Watch the whole interview or skip ahead to the […]

16Aug 2017
BCDVideo Named to Inc. 5000 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies

BCDVideo Named to the 2017 Inc. 5000 List of the Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America Selected for the Second Time Northbrook, IL – August 16, 2017 – BCDVideo, the industry-leading purpose-built video surveillance storage solution manufacturer, was named to the Inc. 5000 list for the second time. The 36th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious […]

08Aug 2017
How to Determine Network Security

Networking is the backbone to any IP video project. Insufficient bandwidth, unsecured devices, and slow legacy protocols can render even the best cameras and servers inoperable. BCDVideo Networking Engineer Michael Wagner discusses networking’s importance and best practices for securing your entire network. The interview is broken into smaller segments below. Watch the whole interview or […]

26Jul 2017
Security Challenges in the IP Video Surveillance Industry

Security challenges abound in the IP video landscape. From educating integrators and end users on the latest technology, to overnighting time-sensitive orders, Server and Storage Specialist, Adam Janic, uncovers his experience helping integrators deliver the best security solutions for every project. The interview is broken into smaller segments below. Watch the whole interview or skip […]

11Jul 2017
Jeff Burgess BCDVideo Leadership

What Makes a Great Leader Focus, confidence, integrity. Great leaders embody all three. BCDVideo President/CEO Jeff Burgess discusses what makes a great leader and offers some advice to those stepping into a leadership role for the first time. The interview is broken into smaller segments below. Watch the whole interview or skip ahead to the […]

05Jul 2017
BCDVideo Adds Darren Giacomini to Executive Team

BCDVideo Adds Darren Giacomini to Executive Management Team Northbrook, IL – BCDVideo today announced the hiring of industry-veteran Darren Giacomini to its management team. As Director of Networking, Giacomini will manage BCDVideo’s networking product portfolio, as well as engineer the network solutions. Giacomini will specialize in designing and implementing high availability network infrastructures to support […]

26Jun 2017
Video Solution Secures Growing Minot International Airport

Minot International Airport Case Study: Unified Video Solution Secures Growing Minot International Airport in North Dakota   Customer Challenge Minot International Airport was handling roughly 100,000 enplanements per year before a local oil surge extraction in 2011. After which, airport traffic increased to over 400,000 enplanements. As a result, airport personnel quickly became overwhelmed by […]