Displaying items by tag: security cameras

COMPANY NEWS: Axis Communications, leading vendor of security cameras, audio and associated hardware, has announced major changes in the management of the organisation’s Asia-Pacific territory. Previously responsible to the major hub in Singapore, the entire Asia region has now been re-imagined and divided into four separate entities, with Oceania becoming a region in its own right. This will result in increased staff numbers across a diverse array of roles, expanded headquarters in Melbourne and several major promotions within the company.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 27 October 2020 09:11

D-Link camera distinguishes human movement

D-Link's DCS-8302LH outdoor/indoor surveillance camera incorporates AI functionality to distinguish human motion from other moving objects.

Published in Home Tech

Global software provider Freshworks has signed an agreement with Queensland Airports Limited to manage the company’s IT services, including security cameras and Wi-Fi connection points, across its airports on the Gold Coast, Townsville, Mt Isa and Longreach.

Published in Deals

IP surveillance vendor Genetec has warned that more than two-thirds of security cameras may be running superseded firmware, leaving them vulnerable to attack.

Published in Security

An issue with security cameras can be the resolution of what they capture, but with Arlo's new 4K cameras, will your new security resolution be to upgrade to this new model?

Published in Home Tech

D-Link has unleashed its most advanced wire-free indoor and outdoor home surveillance kit, clearly designed to outdo competitors such as Netgear, Uniden, Swann and others with a whole host of advanced features to attract customers.

Published in Home Tech

Google appears to have increased the scope of the data it collects by folding the hardware team of Nest, a maker of smart thermostats and smoke alarms that its parent Alphabet bought in 2014 for US$3.2 billion, into the Google Hardware team.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 26 October 2016 08:42

Webcams used in US DDoS attack being recalled

Home security cameras, that were part of the botnet used to launch a distributed denial of service attack in the US last week, are being recalled in that country.

Published in Security

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