Pivot3 Virtual Security Operations Center recognized as superior product for hospital, school and university security professionals
LOUISVILLE, Colorado, September 2, 2020 —Pivot3, the leading provider of intelligent infrastructure solutions for mission-critical video, announced today that Campus Safety Magazine recognized the Pivot3 Virtual Security Operations Center (SOC) product with a 2020 Campus Safety BEST Award in the Electronic Security Equipment, Software & Services, Video / CCTV Surveillance Software category.
The 2020 Campus Safety BEST Awards recognize superlative security, law enforcement, emergency management and safety solutions for K-12 campuses, institutions of higher education and healthcare organizations. All entries were judged on all aspects involved such as innovation, functionality, competitive advantages, benefits to the installer or monitoring provider, and benefits to customers.
“Campus Safety magazine takes pride in focusing on content that helps protection professionals in the healthcare and education markets keep their students, teachers, patients, visitors, and campuses safe and secure,” says Robin Hattersley Gray, executive editor of Campus Safety.
Pivot3’s Virtual SOC is designed to address the need for security teams to access client workstations running video surveillance and other security-related systems in multiple locations and on multiple devices without using expensive, dedicated desktop workstation hardware. With the Pivot3 Virtual SOC, security teams can now get fully functional security workstation capabilities – including video surveillance, access control, intrusion detection, physical security information management, real-time insights from analytics and other security-related systems – on more devices, more securely and more cost-effectively than desktop workstations.
A wide variety of environments can benefit from high-performance, virtual security workstations that provide real-time insight in the event of an incident. Organizations with distributed locations such as university, corporate and medical campuses, airports, safe cities, casinos entertainment complexes and mass transit are all mission-critical environments that require remote and immediate access to video and other security data required to significantly improve incident response times.
“Security teams must have the ability to access video management and related systems securely on any device, including mobile devices, to facilitate a faster and more intelligent response to an incident,” said Mike Koponen, senior director of product marketing. “The Pivot3 Virtual SOC delivers virtualized security workstation capability that provides better security, faster remediation and a rich mobile experience for enhanced situational awareness and provides compelling economics since it eliminates the need for expensive, dedicated workstations.”
Pivot3 is the leading provider of intelligent hyperconverged infrastructure solutions for video surveillance, video analytics, VDI, and mixed workloads. Pivot3’s solutions provide security, resilience, and management simplicity at scale for customers’ mission-critical environments. With thousands of customers in 64 countries, and deployments in education, hospitality, transportation, government, defense, healthcare, gaming, financial services, and retail, Pivot3 allows IT to manage complexity at scale through intelligence and automation. Visit pivot3.com to learn more.
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