Cloud video storage
Cloud video storage is using servers on the Internet to store video data instead of local hard drives to reduce the demand for local storage and make the video data available from anywhere.
What is cloud video storage?
Cloud storage is a new way of storing data that both decreases the need for local hard drives and increases the availability of the data. Cloud video storage is an extension of this technology for use with video data.
By utilizing servers connected to the Internet, local video storage requirements can be drastically reduced. Furthermore, since the servers are accessible via the Internet, the stored video files may be viewed from anywhere in the world.
Why is cloud video storage important?
Cloud video storage is a necessary part of video analytics. With the ability to transfer video footage to the cloud and store it there indefinitely, platforms such as Solink can access your data to provide actionable business intelligence.
Solink uses your video stored in the cloud, along with integrated data from your POS, access control, etc., to offer a range of insights. These insights are tailored to the individual needs of your business.
However, providing that value is all based on a cloud video storage system.
If you are concerned about your valuable data being stored in the cloud, remember that Solink provides a hybrid solution. Your video is stored locally as well as in the cloud, giving you the benefits of both local video storage and cloud video storage.