In the November/December issue of T.H.E. Journal, contributing writer David Raths runs down everything district security officials need to know if they're considering making the jump from an analog system for campus video surveillance to one that's IP-based. There are always good reasons for making changes, just as there are good reasons for sticking to the status quo. Here we try to help district administrators weigh the pros and cons for themselves.More
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