December 17, 2014
ControlByNet, a software development leader in cloud-based video surveillance solutions, announced today a partnership with M3T Corporation to offer Cloud, or hosted, video to its customers. M3T Corporation is a well-known security integrator that services Pennsylvania and surrounding states. ControlByNet provides software that allows integrators to instantly offer hosted video to customers, creating an additional option to increase monthly recurring revenue by providing a valuable solution to customers.
“We have tested the software for some time and have found it to be very reliable and a great addition to our VAHMS® (Video Access Hosted Managed Services) portfolio of cloud based security solutions,” said John Maffey, President of M3T Corporation. “Our clients find the user interface uncluttered and easy to navigate.”
ControlByNet’s i-flashback software lets integrators take on hosting of cloud-video. The software provides a full management interface for total control allowing hundreds of cameras and customers across servers. For integrators wanting to stay out of the IT side of things ControlByNet can host the video for the integrator.
“M3T is the ideal candidate for this kind of solution. They have the knowledge and respect in their area to immediately offer Cloud video as an option to customers” said Ryan Strange, CEO of ControlByNet. “While seen as a hot topic in the press, cloud video is still new or undiscovered by most small businesses and presents a new direction for integrators.”
June 25, 2014
Just in time for pool season, ControlByNet’s i-flashback CLOUD video surveillance system allows HOA board members and property managers the ability to monitor the community and prevent vandalism with a cloud-based, hosted video surveillance solution.
The ControlByNet (CBN) solution includes no video storage onsite, email alerts when problems arise and nothing for vandals to steal, deterring malicious vandalism while providing residents with a greater sense of security. With CBN video surveillance, the homeowners protect their common property, as well as minimize incidents including late-night swimming and horseplay, throwing chairs and concrete bags in the pool, loitering into all hours of the night, spray painted doors and tennis screens and even breaking into the clubhouse. All video is stored off property, which keeps it from being stolen or damaged by the vandals and is accessible on any mobile device.