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3 reasons why you should be using the cloud for body cam video storage

Police departments are collecting massive amounts of video data –mostly from cops’ body cameras. A recent Office of Justice Programs report found resource issues surrounding body-worn cameras adoption were considerable, specifically data storage and management due to the enormous amount of video data that must be stored properly and securely. One of the most-effective and reliable options to store digital data is through cloud storage, said Richard Zak, director of public safety and justice solutions for Microsoft Corp. The company recently collaborated with VIEVU on a body camera cloud solution for law enforcement. Zak said the work is an example of how VIEVU’s body cameras and Microsoft’s cloud solutions can work together to help deliver secure solutions for law enforcement.

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3 reasons why you should be using the cloud for body cam video storage

3 reasons why you should be using the cloud for body cam video storage

There are many misconceptions about cloud security for law enforcement; yet, the cloud is secure and ready to serve - Full Story

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Why VIEVU and Microsoft’s cloud partnership is a big deal for body camera evidence security

Why VIEVU and Microsoft’s cloud partnership is a big deal for body camera evidence security

Learn how the VIEVU and Microsoft Azure Government cloud solution can provide a simple, secure option for storing body camera evidence - Full Story

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3 myths about streaming real-time video from police body-cams

3 myths about streaming real-time video from police body-cams

Debunking myths about streaming real-time video from body-cams will help cops get the tools they need - Full Story

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Ex-cop, body camera creator shares his vision

Steve Ward, CEO and founder of VIEVU and former officer discusses how his body camera company was born - Full Story

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VIEVU Body Worn Camera Catches this Use-of-Force Incident

Officer wearing VIEVU body worn video camera during use-of-force incident.