The video-surveillance market and technology have evolved rapidly in recent years from analogical to digital IP-based cameras

Digital cameras offer greater resolution and produce higher quality images, which can also contain additional information such audio and transport control commands. One of the great benefits of IP video cameras is the ability to send digital information anywhere in the world for viewing or archiving.

A digital camera security system can include additional information on the image, time, location, users and state of the alarms along with the video data. The diffusion of video cameras based on IP networks enables us to implement much more advanced and sophisticated security management systems.
The other side of the coin to digital video-surveillance is that companies have to make huge investments in storage infrastructure to archive and safeguard their images.

In response to the growing security demands, StorEasy offers a dedicated cloud-based video archiving service at a fraction of the cost of the traditional storage technologies commonly used today. Video-surveillance cloud archiving is the ideal solution for firms who want guaranteed security through a reliable, high-performance system that is fully integrated with the net.
StorEasy’s cloud-based surveillance video archiving solution is targeted at a wide range of markets, such as:








Law enforcement


Manufacturing facilities


Multipurpose buildings


Public safety



StorEasy offers a secure and inviolable centralized cloud solution for recording and archiving data in compliance with current regulations, including video deletion. At the end of the storage period, the videos are erased in accordance with the Data Protection Authority provision of 08.04.2010. The video archiving system is programmed to automatic delete the data at a given expiry date, the recordings overwritten so they can never be used again. The deletion period is set by programmable policies.

The service allows you to record videos in the cloud securely, safeguarding them from theft, interference or damage, unlike local video-recording systems