ControlByNet Announces New Detailed Reports for Its Cloud Surveillance

ControlByNet has greatly expanded its reporting capabilities to allow integrators ‘hosting their own cloud’ to monitor every aspect of a cloud server or onsite managed server. The 20+ reporting functions extend from the camera to the account to the server.

Press Release updated: Oct 25, 2017 13:52 EDT

ControlByNet has greatly expanded its reporting capabilities to allow integrators ‘hosting their own cloud’ to monitor every aspect of a cloud server or onsite managed server.  The 20+ reporting functions extend from the camera to the account to the server.  These technical reporting items are often critical in determining client load, and are accessible anywhere, from anytime, simply with the web browser.  There is no remote control software required.

“As the original true cloud solution we wanted to give users more capabilities to fine tune systems,” says ControlByNet CEO Ryan Strange.  “While being a cloud provider and providing cool reports is one aspect of customer desires, we also provide software for the many resellers with IT knowledge to host their own cloud internally – this is becoming more attractive and profitable to some integrators.” 

The reports’ modes graphically display output not only from individual devices but also roll up to provide summary data.  Some of the more popular reports:

. “While being a cloud provider and providing cool reports is one aspect of customer desires, we also provide software for the many resellers with IT knowledge to host their own cloud internally – this is becoming more attractive and profitable to some integrators.”

Ryan Strange, CEO

•           Camera and Viewer Bandwidth

•           Frames Recorded per Hour, per Motion Event, per Motion Alert

•           Bytes of Video Transcoded for Live Viewers and Archive Players

•           Overall CPU Usage, RAM Usage, Disk % Busy

‘Having access to these reports is critical when troubleshooting bad cameras or heavy users.  There are quite a few cloud-claimed providers that are pushing remotely accessible DVR’s or simply uploading video from a DVR to a data center in a ”one size fits all” approach.  Since i-flashback can talk between any server in the world, the solution easily fits with any IT structure – whether true cloud, mix of cloud and managed servers or managed servers with dually recorded cloud cameras for backup. (Even utilizing Axis one-click functionality for ease of use, or any other camera).  It really hits home for any size business or organization,’ explains Strange.

ControlByNet’s multi-site, single-login i-flashback CLOUD video surveillance system provides clear live or archived digital video that is accessible at any time without a separate app; from any mobile device or browser including iPad, iPhone, Android, Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Windows Mobile 24/7.  The access and notification features for live video managed or cloud service ensures it’s running when needed. Additionally, with no DVRs on the cloud solution, the video evidence is safely stored immediately off site, vandals can no longer steal the evidence.

 About ControlByNet (http://www.cbncloudsurveillance.com)

ControlByNet LLC develops and provides solutions for cloud & managed video surveillance.  ControlByNet’s software is the cornerstone for the new video surveillance business solution utilizing the cloud.  The solutions integrate seamlessly across an organization creating limitless installation scenarios.  Full cloud video recording, managed servers, single sign-on with multiple levels of access from any location, 100% browser-based from all desktop and mobile devices (iPad, iPhone, Android, Chrome, Firefox and Safari).  For more information, visit www.cbncloudsurveillance.com.

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Carrie Brunner grew up in a small town in northern New Brunswick. She studied chemistry in college, graduated, and married her husband one month later. They were then blessed with two baby boys within the first four years of marriage. Having babies gave their family a desire to return to the old paths – to nourish their family with traditional, homegrown foods; rid their home of toxic chemicals and petroleum products; and give their boys a chance to know a simple, sustainable way of life. They are currently building a homestead from scratch on two little acres in central Texas. There’s a lot to be done to become somewhat self-sufficient, but they are debt-free and get to spend their days living this simple, good life together with their five young children. Carrie writes mostly on provincial stories.
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