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Half day seminar on network surveillance

Plustek : 29 July, 2009  (Company News)
Plustek joins Axis Communications to host a half day seminar in the British Midlands on network security and surveillance
Half day seminar on network surveillance
Plustek will host a half day seminar discussing network security and surveillance. In association with Network Video specialists Axis Communications, the event will look at current market trends and also predicting future developments. The seminar will take place on 30th July at Aston University Conference Centre, Birmingham with registration starting at 8:30am.

Security and surveillance is an extremely important factor in the success of any business or organisation and the market place is proving to be recession proof. Research back in 2007 identified that global security spending had reached $220 billion a year. Furthermore, the market has witnessed an annual 30% growth in spending since then, specifically in network surveillance related products, such as Network Video recorders and IP Cameras.

Edward Hill, Communications and Security Manager at Plustek, stated, "Even though many companies took a big hit with the global financial crisis, government agencies and enterprises both acknowledge the urgency of installing relevant and suitable surveillance systems. The issue that needs to be addressed however is how to upgrade the existing systems in a cost efficient way and still improve other related functions. This is the challenge the network surveillance industry has to face."

The half-day seminar will open its doors at 8:30am, with tea, coffee and pastries served at 9am. The event is expected to finish at midday.
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