The Ways IT is Changing the Video Surveillance Market

The Ways IT is Changing the Video Surveillance Market

November 14, 2018, 3:15 PM - 4:00 PM

Theater 2 (Booth 376)

One of the challenges for the systems integration community is learning to speak the language of IT. Today's IT departments are in transition as they seek to reduce their infrastructure footprints to save money and become more eco-friendly. As IT becomes a greater force in the world of security, it is paramount integrators understand customers’ specific security goals and video surveillance requirements to help them identify the ideal solution for their environment. When knowledgeable about both security and IT, integrators solidify the chances to specify an advanced system and a modern approach that will be valuable far into the future. This session will provide resellers and end users with the best practices, knowledge and tools necessary to learn and specify systems, including video surveillance, cloud-based solutions and storage infrastructures, helping customers embrace the promise of IT efficiencies. Gain knowledge of how enterprise-class IT capabilities deliver advanced levels of video and data protection, and higher system performance to address the needs of today as well as the data-intensive requirements of the future.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Review the concepts of virtualization, hyperconverged infrastructure and resiliency.
2. Convey the benefits of IT infrastructure in security and video surveillance environments.
3. Determine the tools to help sell customers on advanced solutions that will maximize resiliency, performance and scalability.


  • Wayne Arvidson


    Vice President of Strategic Alliances


    Wayne Arvidson is Vice President, Strategic Alliances at Pivot3 where he is responsible for managing the company’s key technology partnerships and...

  • Jeremy Krinitt


    Vice President Business Development

    BriefCam, Inc.

    Jeremy leads BriefCam’s Business Development, driving key initiatives, new products and opening new regions.  He has driven BriefCam’s transition...


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