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Video monitoring as a service (VMaaS) uses your cloud-based video analytics to provide video verification, virtual guarding, enhanced security, and real-time surveillance.

What is VMaaS?

Video monitoring as a service (VMaaS) uses your existing cloud-based video surveillance system to replace or enhance the security value of on-site guards. A combination of artificial intelligence (AI) tools and trained professionals keep watch of your business remotely.

This aspect is why VMaaS goes by many other names, including remote guarding, proactive video monitoring, and virtual guarding.

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Why is VMaaS important?

VMaaS is extremely important for loss prevention and asset protection professionals today. The fact is that LP/AP departments are being asked to do more with the same budget, or even a lower budget. Cost savings cannot come at the expense of a lower security level.

Video monitoring as a service (VMaaS) can bridge the gap between budgetary constraints and desired security outcomes. By using VMaaS and related products, for example video alarms, businesses can actually improve security while reducing the number of loss prevention officers and security guards.

Using AI, VMaaS solutions detect security risks by monitoring security camera feeds for motion where there shouldn’t be any activity. Then, trained professionals review the live video feeds to determine whether there is a true security threat.

Since all security cameras are being monitored 24/7, VMaaS is actually more likely to detect issues than on-site guards, who can only be in one place at a time, can be distracted or corrupted, might be asleep or on their phone, etc.

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