There’s nothing more annoying than having to wait around somewhere – whether in a traffic jam or at your office computer. Unresponsive apps, loading times or unfinished back-ups can make your work frustrating and inefficient. This white paper explains how to resolve bottlenecks in company networks following simple upgrading steps.
IFSEC Global.com and Buffalo EU are pleased to release the findings of their 2013 CCTV & Video Surveillance Storage Solutions Survey. The survey provides insights into how much storage people use, how much pressure surveillance data causes their systems, and their storage expansion needs. It also covers data ease-of-access - a critical element in incident investigation response time.
Work networks are changing – and rapidly so. Among others, this is caused by the Internet and social media. These facilitate real-time communication and collaboration. When it comes to large-scale IT networks, customers, business partners and financing partners alike all expect a proven high level of IT security. Furthermore, today's business processes frequently involve video sources as well as documents and images.
Today’s SMBs and Enterprises operate in mission-critical environments. And like big businesses, SMBs have to handle large data volumes, -- maintaining the highest levels of uptime -- every day and around the clock. Consequently, it has become essential for SMBs to adopt enterprise-class processes and technologies. Buffalo is here to help.
"Actual setup up time was under 15 minutes. Pretty much you log into the TeraStation, create storage, point the AXIS Camera Companion to it, and you’re good to go. Very easy."
Andrew Choquette, Tech Support, Ingram Micro
Buffalo’s TeraStation NVR steps up for a veterinary hospital's surveillance system: Network Attached Storage and better IP cameras give homes and small business quick and easy network-based surveillance solutions. "Working with the Buffalo team was great!"
Dr. Jennifer Edwards, Ponemah Veterinary Hospital
Security Automation Service Provider, EOS, offers Buffalo's high-capacity NAS for Executive Airport video surveillance: "The client came to us to take over the project, maintain the cameras, and provide the storage solution. They have some pretty expensive jets. . . It was very important to them to have reliable surveillance."
Ilan Saadia, Owner of EOS Digital Services
Andrea Caputo Architecture Office is an architectural and interior design firm based in Milan that focuses on using technology to optimize its projects. Projects, sketches, photographs, videos and texts are just some of the documents that the firm needs to store each day. It's easy to see how space is at a premium and how important it is to have a solution that can grow with the needs of the user.
Bringing together the best pop artists and the rising stars of today -- and tomorrow's -- music scene, the Vieilles Charrues is an unmissable event in Brittany, France. And with a wealth of data to store and thousands of people to support during the three-day festival, there were plenty of challenges for Buffalo to overcome.
When your company’s product is unique, as in the case of creativity, it is vital to store it in a safe place. This is why Twintip, a digital agency based in Reggio Emilia, Italy, chose Buffalo TeraStation™ 5400 to store and manage its data. Twintip works at frenzied web speeds, involving numerous internal and external collaborators, clients, and suppliers throughout Europe. And with Buffalo they receive and share materials related to their own work – and the strategies of their business clients – easily and securely.