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February 06, 2006

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Max

I totally agree, proper system definition, implementation, and fine tuning is the way to go.

We're living in this information overload age where there's so much information, so much communications through all types of devices etc, that analyst are not only overwelmed with leads and wasting resources, but it may mean learning about a attack, for example, too late to prevent it.

surveillance systems

The surveillance camera operator presses the number of the required camera and its angle and the view on the screen in front of him changes to the camera view required. Surveillance Cameras are definitely not cheaper than other methods of surveillance but are more advantageous in the sense that many different people at difference places can be monitored at the same time. Surveillance Camera systems basically involves setting up of various hubs which are then connected to a main hub.

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