Thursday, 28 February 2013

“Big Dream Small Challenges” Employee Empowerment Initiative at SIPSS-GLOBAL

Employees all are from different Ethnic / Education / Professional background joined together in creating an enterprise for our better tomorrow,We as an organization truly believe in empowering the Employee to achieve his / her long term goal, Role will be defined for it and strive hard to achieve the same. Internal Organisation drive called “Big Dream Small Challenges” is focusing towards each employees achievement in line with their dream. 
Big Dream Small Challenges | Employee Empowerment intitaive @ SIPSS - GLOBAL
Big Dream Small Challenges | Employee Empowerment initiative @ SIPSS – GLOBAL

Friday, 22 February 2013

CP PLUS unveils Mobile Surveillance Solution

CP PLUS GmbH & Co. KG, headquartered in Germany and a worldwide leader in electronic surveillance security products, introduces Mobile Surveillance Solution, specially designed for public and private transport, long-distance passenger transport, rail transport, police patrol, cash transport and many more.

The CP PLUS mobile surveillance solution enfolds various advantages like deter violence, prevent theft, protect vehicle, enhance passenger safety, monitor driver behavior and enforce rider regulations. The CP PLUS on the move surveillance solution responds to any situation proactively rather than any other conventional surveillance solution. Not only those but the solution can provide valuable footage during criminal investigations to authorities and enforce bus rules and regulations on riders with a second set of eyes in order to make sure that riders follow rules & pay bus fares.

CP PLUS has introduced Mobile DVRs (CP-SMR-0404MH1S, CP-SMR-0404MH1V and CP--SMR-0404MH2V) to expand its transportation surveillance portfolio. The CP PLUS Mobile surveillance solution consists of Mobile DVR, integrated Control Panel Unit along with powerful cameras. Featuring monitor in control panel unit enables driver to view live monitoring of the inside vehicle while driving. The unit also has intercom by which communication between vehicle and control room can happen anytime and anywhere and in-built alarm can send alert to the control room in emergency situation.

The CP PLUS MDVRs withstand severe shock and vibration conditions with its special anti-vibration design and provide a reliable recording performance. All the H.264 DVRs have intuitive graphical user interface (GUI) that makes navigation simpler for users and provides high resolution image for evidence and tracing. In the new offering, all the three MDVRS support GPS functions for vehicle tracking and location verification on Google or Microsoft Virtual Maps. In addition, they are shipped with WiFi 3G enabling to communicate with central station or any scattered monitoring stations.

In the Central Monitoring Software (CMS), the administrator can set the speed limit of the vehicle so that the software can make an alert in case driver crosses the speed limit. Similarly, the administrator can adjust geofencing alarm, making the driver to follow the decided route. The CMS also enables administrator to view live monitoring of multiple vehicles on one screen at the same time.

In the accessories, the users can also avail lock box from CP PLUS for these MDVRs which are designed to prevent MDVR against any unauthorized access and also protect them from fire up to 500ยบ Celsius.

The CP PLUS Mobile Surveillance Solution is developed after rigorous Research & Development by the CPPLUS TeknoLogix Lab located in Taiwan, with the highest quality yardstick. 
SIPSS-GLOBAL, The Largest Surveillance Solution Integrator in South India is one among the Key Distributor of CP Plus- Please follow the below Link to schedule a demo of Wide Range of Surveillance Solutions from CP Plus.

Tuesday, 12 February 2013

Now Every Student in your school can have computer access - NComputing

Now every student in your school can have computer access!
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NComputing’s devices allow you to deliver a great PC experience for your students and faculty in computer labs, libraries, classrooms and administration offices at a huge savings. The average PC user only accesses 10% of the capacity of the PC they’ve been assigned as theirs – so why not use the power of one to allow access for many?
With NComputing, one server grade PC can power up to 100 desktops, giving every user access to their own computer, with their own applications, and their own files, settings and preferences. Imagine what you’ll save on time, hardware and maintenance costs!
Over 20 million people in more than 140 countries around the world already use NComputing everyday. See how you too can be a hero, to your students, faculty and district at large!

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Thursday, 7 February 2013

Video Surveillance Solutions - System Design Tips

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Solving the BYOD and Mobility Dilemma with Desktop Virtualization

As an IT manager, you want the benefits of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), and you want the productivity boost and competitive advantage that comes from having personal mobile devices in your workplace. You want to be seen as a trusted business partner, working at aligning IT with the company’s internal and external directions. For that matter, if some of your co-workers want to provide their own hardware, its great to be able to save the ear-marked costs within your equipment allocation budget and use the savings for other initiatives.
However, you’re not quite sure how you are going to effectively support these new devices, are you?


I don’t blame you. You don’t know what’s on them or how their owners use them outside of work. You may not even want them on your network.
Think about mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. As they continue flowing into your organization – Juniper Research shows the influx will double between 2012 to 2014 – you may find yourself considering strategies that depend on embracing two new acronyms:
  • Mobile device management (MDM) – knowing and approving all the smartphones and tablets coming in, tracking them, protecting the data on them and deciding which apps employees can access.
  • Mobile application management (MAM) – delivering and maintaining up-to-date and specialized versions of your applications that will need to be installed and run now on each device, monitoring performance, managing group/user access control and probably running an enterprise app store too.
Do you have the time and headcount for all that this entails? Even if you go the smart route and implement ready-made platforms for MDM and MAM, it’s still likely to pull your IT effort in yet another direction.
You want the functionality, muscle and physical attributes and user friendly design of the device – screen, keyboard, network connection – so that employees can work remotely and go mobile, but you’re not ready to support the devices or the apps running on them, and you don’t want to disrupt your standard configuration of operating system and applications. What you don’t want is to re-engineer your whole IT delivery strategy.
So, how can you get the brawn of mobile devices without the brain?

BYOD, mobility and desktop virtualization

You can solve the BYOD-mobility dilemma with desktop virtualization client software that runs on the device, opening a Windows 7 environment centrally hosted and managed from your server. Users launch the app to access your organization’s resources – apps, storage, printers, network – isolated from everything else on the device.
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The device can be a smartphone, tablet, netbook, laptop or even a PC running Windows 8. Your users have access to a virtual Windows 7 desktop running as an independent image on the device.
Desktop virtualization helps get you out of the BYOD-mobility dilemma by letting you focus on controlling internal assets instead of trying to control the devices themselves. You manage your server and your network connections to users’ own devices, and you stay out of the business of MDM/MAM.
Consider it a simple support policy for your co-workers: “Mobile devices can access internal resources only by installing desktop virtualization software. You may use your smartphone or tablet for anything you like inside the company, as long as it’s in your Windows 7 desktop session. When you end the session and disconnect from our network, you still have all the usual functionality of your mobile device.”
Ready to see what desktop virtualization would look like in your organization?  Create an account and try vSpace Client Software for a desktop virtualization session on your computer.