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Rack Room Shoes Moves to IP Video

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Rack Room Shoes Moves to IP Video

March Networks’ hybrid recording platform and backward compatible software have made it easy for Rack Room Shoes to transition to high-definition video surveillance. The North Carolina-based footwear retailer and long-time March Networks customer has seen a “tremendous” drop in shrinkage since it started using the system.

Fifth Third Goes Cutting Edge

8 / Fifth Third Goes Cutting Edge

Fifth Third Bank, one of the top 15 financial institutions in the U.S., is well on its way toward completing a major upgrade of its March Networks video surveillance system. By the end of next year, the Cincinnati, Ohio-based bank will have 12,000 March Networks cameras and 1,600 state-of-the-art 8000 Series Hybrid NVRs installed in its retail branches and other facilities.

Tommy Bahama Selects Searchlight

11 / Tommy Bahama Selects Searchlight

Seattle, Washington-based clothing and home furnishing retailer conducts lightning-fast LP investigations thanks to Searchlight for Retail software and systems integrator Diebold. “What would take me an hour or more to find using our old video and exception reporting systems takes me just under a minute or two with Searchlight,” confides Loss Prevention Director Mark Anderson.

Scottsdale Safeguards Water Supply

12 / Scottsdale Safeguards Water Supply

Municipal security staff at the City of Scottsdale's 24/7 control center use March Networks video surveillance technology to keep an eye on water treatment plants, water reclamation facilities, pumping stations and water well sites. March Networks systems are also in place at Scottsdale’s City Hall, police and fire department administration building, City Jail and 15 of its fire halls.

Also in this edition

16 / Wisconsin School District Upgrades Security
Law enforcement authorities in Kenosha, Wisconsin use the March Networks Cloud service to access 1,500 cameras in 43 schools and support buildings.

20 / Physical Security a Priority for IT Services Company
Keeping hackers at bay is critical for defending sensitive customer data, but no less important is the physical security of the data centers themselves.

23 / Free Mobile App Saves Technicians Time and Money
March Networks’ GURU 2.0 smartphone app has been completely redesigned. Learn about its new workflow-based interface and how to make the most of its capabilities.

26 / World's First Self-Contained, HDR ATM Camera
March Networks’ new, self-contained 3MP camera with High Dynamic Range captures sharp, high-quality images in bright sunlight and virtual darkness.

28 / Considering Cloud-Based Video Storage? Read This First!
A Q&A on the pros and cons of cloud-based video surveillance.

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