Eagle Eye Networks announces new editions of Cloud VMS

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Eagle Eye Networks has announced several enhancements to its Cloud Video Management System (VMS).

Eagle Eye Cloud VMS, which combines artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics for enhanced security and operational efficiency, now offers three editions: Enterprise, Professional, and Standard.

According to the company, the new editions will benefit small, medium, and large businesses alike.

“Our new Eagle Eye Cloud VMS Editions will propel customer and reseller success by delivering the right solution for each customer, while ensuring customers have the flexibility to scale,” said Dean Drako, founder and CEO of Eagle Eye Networks.

The Standard Edition includes access to recorded and live video via a browser or mobile device. This edition is best suited for small businesses and franchisees with a modest number of locations.

The Professional Edition offers features to manage multiple locations, users, and cameras, ideal for midsize businesses with rapidly growing security operations.

The Enterprise Edition supports an unlimited number of users and offers sophisticated access control and video sharing capabilities. This edition is ideal for customers seeking flexible user identity and access management, advanced operational reporting, audit and regulatory compliance, and more.

Additionally, all three editions come with Eagle Eye Cloud VMS’ core functionalities.


Hybrid cloud for video surveillance

What it is and why you'll want one


Using Eagle Eye Cloud-Premises Flex Storage, businesses can adjust the ratio of video surveillance stored in the cloud and on-premises. With triple-redundant storage, the platform provides data security and reliability.

Eagle Eye Cloud VMS also supports camera resolutions as high as 20 megapixels per camera and up to 10 years of video retention. Unlimited integrations are made possible via Eagle Eye Video API.

Customers can also choose to pair the solution with existing surveillance infrastructure, including analog cameras.