ControlByNet Upgrades i-flashback to Support Latest Smartphones and Tablets -- HTML5 Enhances Mobile Functionality for i-flashback
ControlByNet, a leader in cloud-based, hosted video security surveillance solutions for dealers, installers, businesses and security companies, announced today full HTML5 compatibility for video for its hosted surveillance solutions.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
ControlByNet, a leader in cloud-based, hosted video security surveillance solutions for dealers, installers, businesses and security companies, announced today full HTML5 compatibility for video for its hosted surveillance solutions. i-flashback is an easy to use, 100-percent browser-based application installed as either an onsite solution, remotely hosted solution or any number of combinations. Available in fourth quarter of 2012, the addition of HTML5 will make online viewing of security footage easier and more accessible on the latest smartphones, tablets and browsers.
“The use of mobile devices continues to develop in the enterprise market. A recent industry report found that more than 65 percent of employees now use two or more devices each day including desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets,” said Ryan Strange, CEO of ControlByNet. “The addition of HTML5 allows our customers using i-flashback to maximize our solution on the latest smartphones and tablets including the iPhone, iPad, Windows Mobile, Android and Blackberry --all without the requirement of on-device apps. Our single login with multiple levels of access allows managers to stay connected to their sites and cameras - whether that's three cameras in one location or hundreds of cameras spread throughout multiple sites - on the device of their choice.”
CBN provides its customers, both large and small, one solution that allows them to access their security on their terms. CBN's cloud-based software has changed the security surveillance business model by leveraging the flexibility and accessibility of the cloud to create a solution that maximizes enterprise resources including new devices, personnel, time and money. In addition, the ability to centrally link together onsite and hosted locations with a single login removes the troublesome problem of remembering many different links or IP addresses for video access.
“The ability to have a single login with multiple levels of access for my team allows us to stay connected to our sites and cameras. In addition, we always have access to the latest technology updates without additional cost,” said Marcy Powers with Gwinnett Innovation Park. “With CBN hosting our video, we ensure the safety of the data and with i-flashback we can easily check on all locations from a single login. Now whether I am on location at one site or enjoying time away from the office, one login on my iPad enables me to virtually check in on all locations and my manager can do the same with his DROID.”
About ControlByNet (http://www.controlbynet.com)
ControlByNet provides the most advanced adaptable hosted and managed IP-based surveillance solution on the market. ControlByNet's advanced software is the cornerstone for the new security surveillance business model. By leveraging Software as a Service (SaaS), CBN's solution integrates seamlessly across its products creating limitless installation scenarios. The hierarchal nature of the software allows a single log-in with multiple levels of access from any (Internet) location which leverages existing enterprise resources. With years of development, their software solution is flexible, future-proof and designed to lead the industry. While the i-flashback interface is as simple to use as a nanny cam, both versions of the software are sophisticated enough to manage hundreds of remote cameras from a single browser; including Internet Explorer, Firefox as well as Droid, iPhone or iPad. They currently use AXIS for remotely hosted cameras but will expand to others as manufacturers provide IP cameras that are deemed highly efficient on the network. For more information, visit http://www.controlbynet.com.
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