Storing surveillance images has become cheaper, more lucrative

08/12/2013 | CEPro.com

Integrators are making $20 to $25 a month per camera placed by deploying relatively inexpensive Internet-based surveillance systems that can store images and offer on-site or off-site DVR options, Jason Knott writes. Homeowners' previous privacy concerns have melted away in the age of YouTube, password-protecting sites and new IP-based cameras, which along with DVR technology, has reduced the cost of installing these systems by thousands of dollars, Knott writes.

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