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June 13, 2024

Best video surveillance for Linux 2024

Major operating systems such as Linux and Windows are widely used in the CCTV installations. But there are multiple reasons why Linux OS is more popular these days.

Here are the reasons why the choice turns next to the Linux OS in regard to video surveillance in our new video!

 

June 6, 2024

All Xeoma integration capabilities: from smart homes to third-party software

What do smart home devices, accounting software, and specialized industrial equipment have in common? The capability to integrate them with Xeoma, of course! Unleash the full potential of your video surveillance system through Xeoma’s close interaction with what matters most to you, whether it’s everyday gadgets or modern production tools. Numerous examples of real projects await you in our new article!

 

May 22, 2024: New article

How to put a stop to vandalism and prevent property damage with video security software

A single instance of vandalism acts like a chain reaction. Property damage can increase your area’s crime rate, decrease your property value, result in property riots, incur repair costs and cause delays to construction projects. Nowadays, we come to one question: how can we put a stop to vandalism to prevent property damage and protect our parks, public places, administrative buildings and the city itself?

Find details in our new article “How to put a stop to vandalism and prevent property damage with video security software”.

 

May 16, 2024: New article

How to spot hidden video surveillance cameras and protect yourself against spying

Video surveillance in good hands is an excellent tool for ensuring the safety of people, property, and territory, as well as for optimizing work processes, learning how to serve your clients better, and other positive things! However, when it falls “to the dark side”, video surveillance, like many other tools, becomes an instrument of evil, contrary to its original purpose. Today, we want to talk about one of these wrongful uses of video surveillance: hidden cameras that film their victims without their knowledge or consent.

Check out our new article “How to spot hidden video surveillance cameras and protect yourself against spying”.

 

May 15, 2024: New article

Cloud video surveillance

Modern video surveillance tends to become Cloud-based increasingly. More people nowadays choose Cloud surveillance due to its reliability and safety. There’s no need to purchase additional equipment, you can simply have an IP camera and a phone, and you’re good to go. Let’s review all advantages of the Cloud video surveillance and address all questions about such systems in our new article “Cloud video surveillance”.

 

April 3, 2024: New article

Best video surveillance for Linux 2024

Major operating systems such as Linux and Windows are widely used in the CCTV installations. But there are multiple reasons why Linux OS is more popular these days.

Here are the reasons why the choice turns next to the Linux OS in regard to video surveillance in our new article Best video surveillance for Linux 2024.

 

February 22, 2024: New version

New official release – Xeoma 24.2.14

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The first official release of Xeoma in 2024 – Xeoma 24.2.14 – basically has all the improvements of the latest beta versions of Xeoma: Xeoma 23.12.7, 24.2.4, 24.2.14. That means that it introduces over 40 innovations, changes and improvements – including several dozens of new features like thumbnail previews above the timeline in Xeoma’s Archive Player, simplified remote connection using QR codes (works for P2P too), the long-waited for support for hardware acceleration with AMD Radeon graphics cards, support for webRTC in ARM-based machines, new notifications with mobile alerts about server outages, Text Recognition’s new optimizations to work with household or industrial meters, etc. ‘Old’ features like license plate recognition, detection of smoke or crossing a line, API, camera search, and others, are enhanced too.

See more about Xeoma’s new version’s improvements here and try the new version today!

 

February 5, 2024: New article

How to install Debian OS – Detailed guide

When it comes to building a video surveillance server, a significant part of users prefer Linux rather Windows as the main OS. A high level of security and the ability to control each part of the OS makes Linux the main choice of professionals. As there are dozens of Linux distributives, it may be difficult for a beginner to decide which distributive to choose. Our team recommends starting with one of the most stable and easy to set up distributives – Debian OS.

Learn everything you need to know about how to download and install Debian OS from our new article!

 

January 30, 2024: New article

Automatic work time tracking in Xeoma

Running a business is always associated with risks and high costs. One of highest cost items of today’s enterprises is employee wages, so the importance of accurate time tracking can’t be overestimated. Luckily, you can save you time and money by building a completely automatic work time system with the help of Xeoma.

Check a step-by-step guide on how to track employee work time with Xeoma in our new article!


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