5 Cloud-Based Physical Security Tech Myths Debunked | #cloudsecurity | #cybersecurity | #infosecurity | #hacker



Although more companies are investing in Cloud-based security solutions, there is still hesitation among some decision-makers and integrators.

Technology is at the core of every business, and security is no different. One of the fastest-growing sectors for security technology is in the Cloud, where companies can do away with on-site servers and hardware in favor of a more flexible model.

Even though more companies are now investing in Cloud-based security solutions, there is still hesitation among decision-makers and integrators who have yet to make the switch. Today, we’ll address the top concerns people have with Cloud security technology, and discuss why organizations should consider Cloud-based technology when speaking with a physical security provider.

Myth: The Cloud is not as customizable as on-prem software.

Traditionally, on-premise security systems run on software installed on a specified workstation somewhere on the property, which can then be customized by an IT professional. This type of system is beneficial for industries where there are strict requirements or specific security needs, such as in a government facility. While early Cloud-based software was less robust when it came to customization, the technology has quickly advanced to allow for greater flexibility.

Cloud software with an open API is the best option for businesses looking to create a more customized security tech stack, as it can be used in many different ways. An open ecosystem allows organizations to take advantage of integrations to create exactly what’s needed using the latest and greatest technology available.



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