Company Providing Information for the IP Camera and Security Industry

IPCameraSupply.com a division of Sayers Technology Holdings, sister company of VoIP Supply and a leading IP Surveillance solution provider, has launched a new blog aimed at educating and engaging customers in conversations. The IP Camera Supply blog can be viewed at http://blog.ipcamerasupply.com/.

“We are extremely excited to launch our blog,” said Garrett Smith, Director of Marketing and Business Development.

“With the relative youth of the IP surveillance industry, it is important for solution providers like IP Camera Supply to be proactive in educating customers to ensure that they can make informed decisions. In addition to educating our customers, the blog gives us the ability to create and engage in conversations with our customers, partners and other industry media outlets so that we stay in front of the latest trends in IP Surveillance and stay well positioned to meet the ever changing needs of the market.”

Written by the staff of IPCS, with the occasional guest post from leading industry experts, the blog will provide readers with product reviews, do-it-yourself instruction, IP Camera terminology, industry news, company news, promotion announcements, , and editorial commentary on how the technology and industry is growing and evolving.

Blogs in the technology sector spring up by the hundreds daily, but blogs in the IP Camera realm are just starting to emerge. The IP Camera industry itself is still young, yet starting to grow.

According to Security Systems News, IP camera sales growth at 82 percent in the United States, Canada and Latin America and 48 percent worldwide in 2007.

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  1. About six months I witness the wonder of videoconferencing when I was asked to deliver my lecture from my university to a high school via video conferencing. First I was thinking it was just a camera recording my lecture and will make the necessary editing to show the high school students but later I realized that I was interacting with the students live. Great technology

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