IP Migration For Enterprise Businesses (Free Whitepaper Download)

Thursday, February 5, 2015 by under Access Control, Asset Protection, Audit/Compliance, Data & Cyber Security/Hacking, Intrusion/Fire Protection, IoT (Internet of Things), Managed Network Services, Monitoring, Video Surveillance

IP Migration for Enterprise BusinessesThere are various reasons why an enterprise would choose to switch from traditional security technology to an Internet protocol (IP) system.

With increased security benefits, affordable rates and the knowledge that analog systems may be obsolete by 2020, you may be hard pressed to find a reason not to switch.

However, when taking the leap to IP, enterprises need to pursue a collaborative partnership between physical security and IT teams. Working together, you can assess organizational needs, and tailor an implementation plan that mitigates security risks, readies the network and optimizes migration success.

We’ve created an informational guide to help businesses easily navigate the migration process.

In it you’ll find:

  • How to conduct a discovery audit and develop a migration plan.
  • Why you should bet on open technologies.
  • Information on network security.
  • Installation processes and maintenance needs.
  • Scalability considerations.
  • How to choose the right vendor.

As IP-based applications become more commonplace across business units, enterprises should take a comprehensive approach to network infrastructure and management to ensure optimal quality, security and performance.

Interested in migrating to an IP-based system? Download our whitepaper for a step-by-step guide.

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