CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) Cloud
refers to a video surveillance system that uses cloud-based technology to store and access video footage from security cameras. In a traditional CCTV system, video footage is stored on a local hard drive or DVR, and can only be accessed on-site. With a cloud-based CCTV system, the video footage is stored remotely on servers operated by the CCTV provider, allowing users to access the footage from anywhere with an internet connection.
Cloud-based CCTV systems typically require less on-site hardware and maintenance than traditional CCTV systems, and can offer additional features such as remote monitoring, analytics, and mobile app access. However, they also typically require ongoing subscription fees to access cloud storage and services, and may be subject to concerns around data privacy and security.
This term is often used by manufacturers or service providers to promote their specific products or services. Video Surveillance Cloud
is a more general term that encompasses all forms of cloud-based video surveillance
, including VSaaS and CCTV Cloud. The term is often used to describe a broad range of cloud-based video surveillance solutions, regardless of the specific features or branding.
In summary, all terms refer to cloud-based video surveillance systems, but the specific features, branding, and marketing may differ between them.