Move your CCTV archives to DNF Cloud Connection

Terrorism concerns have increased the usage of video surveillance technology all throughout the world and that’s due to the fact that it offers evidence to fight crime and catch the criminals. The same concerns have also made governments to review laws pertaining to data retention, as many are in an opinion that saving surveillance footage for year or so will prove beneficial in many cases where sequence driven circumstantial evidence is vital to solve a case.

DNF Security offers to its users the privilege of moving critical CCTV footage to a cloud platform for archival purposes. Thus, it helps users to store the evidence in an economical way.

All Falcon Series Video Storage appliances support an optional Cloud Connection for video archiving. Live recordings continue to be stored directly on the Falcon’s local storage, while archived footage can be written to and read from StoneFly Cloud Drive hosted in Microsoft Azure or the StoneFly Cloud Business Center.

StoneFly Cloud Drives utilize remote block or file storage created as a virtual drives on the DNF Falcon video storage appliances. They will be recognized as if they were regular disk drives. Easily add mass amounts of storage for video archives on the Falcon in a matter of minutes, all without any investment in additional servers and storage appliances.

Combining a StoneFly Cloud Drive subscription with a DNF Security Falcon Video Storage Appliance will immediately save on capital and operating expenses, enabling organizations large and small to implement offsite video archival and backup inexpensively.

So, you need buy a new storage appliance for your archival needs. Just buy a single video recording and storage appliance from DNF Security and move your video surveillance archives to DNF Cloud Connection platform for your data retention needs

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