Sology Solutions

An Advanced Safety and Security Integrator

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Safety and security technology has entered the age of digital integration. Safety and security systems are more effective than ever before, and also more complex. Today's businesses, institutions, and public agencies depend on instant communication and on rapid, intelligent coordination of information and resources in order to maintain optimal situational awareness and preserve the safety and security of their assets.

In short – they need an Integrated Safety and Security Platform (ISSP). That's where Sology comes in.

Security used to be mainly about detection, relying on closed circuit TV and proprietary security systems. With these disparate technologies, enterprises lacked a holistic way to monitor security or a quick route to full understanding of the situation.

Today, an ISSP based on digital integration of security resources enables small and medium businesses, large enterprises, agencies, institutions, and cities to prepare for and prevent threats, and to detect, assess, and respond to them effectively when they do occur.

At Sology, we sell and install top-of-the-line networked safety and security products from Cisco and other leading manufacturers, but we go well beyond that. We bring to your enterprise the design support, integration capabilities, project management, and day-two support for adjustments and enhancements that are required in today's complex security environment.

Case Study
Cisco announced Video Surveillance Manager 7.0, the industry's first solution built from the ground-up and certified to run in Cisco's virtualized Unified Computing System (UCS) environments. These new solutions now make it possible for customers in healthcare, public sector and retail to move beyond traditional basic safety and security surveillance deployments and use video to transform the way they run their businesses through hyper-scalability and ease of configuration.

Sology Solutions implemented VSM 7.0 for Dallas County . The below links are the details on the project, Dallas County, and the news release.

Ed Christmas explains his experience with Cisco Physical Security

John R. Ames and Normal Kasal explain their experience with Cisco Physical Security and VSM 7.0

News Release on the VSM 7.0 Release for Dallas County

Cisco’s new hyperscale approach to Connected Physical Security






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