Teemme ahkerasti töitä, jotta kaikki milestonesys.com-sivuston sivut olisivat käytettävissä mahdollisimman monella kielellä. Mutta tämä prosessi vie aikaa. Vaikka monet toiminnoistamme ovat monikielisiä, jotkin sivut, kuten tämä, eivät ole vielä käytettävissä paikallisella kielelläsi.
Kiitos ymmärtäväisestä asenteestasi.
A two-part article published in the September and October issues of Benchmark magazine states that XProtect Corporate is such a comprehensive solution that it would require filling the entire contents of the magazine if the evaluation were to cover every feature of the software!
The final rating is 'Benchmark Recommended' with this summary statement:
"XProtect Corporate from Milestone is a powerful, robust and flexible video management system... highly recommended...and presents a compelling case to at least consider moving towards a VMS-based solution."
Other comments include the following:
"the level of flexibility is impressive"
"the Maps function is also impressive"
"the major benefit of the system - aside from the ease with which multiple cameras and recorders can be managed, including those on remote sites - is the Rules section"
Benchmark is a monthly publication dedicated to security technology and totally focussed on delivering tests, assessments and reviews of products, systems and technologies. It has been designed solely for the needs of security installers, system integrators, specifiers, consultants and security managers involved in making buying decisions relating to products and systems.
Benchmark Professional Tests take a single product and produce an in-depth report, looking at all aspects of installation and performance. This delivers useful unbiased information, and allows installers to 'get under the skin' of a specific device. Professional tests include full ratings for the products.
Benchmark Recommended Status is awarded to products that undergo the independent testing process and receive an overall rating of 80% or higher. Recommended products have no obvious flaws or performance issues, do not lack credibility and have been designed for simple installation and operation. However, they may have areas which could be improved upon, but not to the extent of jeopardising overall security. These products have strengths and weaknesses, and as a result might not be ideal for all conditions. As such, Recommended status is pertinent to test criteria and the aspects of performance as highlighted in the test.
The article is published in two parts: pages 27-28 in the September issue and pages 41-42 in the October issue: