After seeing Cisco Meraki present at Tech Field Day Extra at Cisco Live US 2019, Aaron Conaway considers the possibilities of being able to integrate cameras with systems like badge readers. This would allow for really extraordinary things like sending the security team a video of a developer trying to get places he should be going. Or, perhaps, the camera can be smart enough to know that an event is happening and do something about it.What if we looked at security cameras in a completely different light? What if the camera becomes something else? Enter the Cisco Meraki Motion Search 2.0 software features for MV cameras. This package takes video to another level for the second-generation MV cameras.
Traditional video surveillance systems and IP networks go together like chunky peanut butter on a tuna fish sandwich. Jonathan Davis looks at the decisions Cisco Meraki made when it decided to build security cameras, fully aare of the classic problems. They weren’t content to increment on the existing solutions available on the market and add it to their dashboard.
Meraki may be the last name you think of when it comes to security cameras. But the engineering effort put into their line of on-premises security devices is very impressive. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at a couple of their new offerings and gives his perspective on how Meraki sees the world.
Did you wake up this morning to discover that Wi-Fi security is fundamentally broken? Before you toss your phone away, smash your router, and move to a cabin in the woods, it might be good to take stock of the actual issue.
Jake Snyder of Transmit Failure comments: In networking, I find myself looking at certain features of wireless equipment and asking myself under what circumstance would I implement this feature for a customer. I try to come up with a list of Pros and Cons as to when it’s appropriate. One that popped up recently was […]
Steve Willams of the Steve Williams Group comments: One of the challenges with any wireless network, especially in small business, enterprise and multi-tenant environments where there are many APs, is minimizing the negative performance effect of interference. With WiFi becoming your primary source of network access, maintaining a clean RF environment becomes a high priority. […]
Sam Clements of SC-WiFi comments: When Cisco acquired Meraki last year, there was much confusion. Being ‘down in the trenches’ I struggled as much as the next guy trying to wrap my head around the acquisition and I believe I have a good handle on it. Others not so much. I regularly consult with customers […]