Easy Methods to Overcome Data Loss and Reduce IT Costs by Deprovisioning

Posted on August 2, 2022 by Anusha Shanbhag | Comments(0)

Consider a scenario where a software development team is working on multiple projects for various clients. Whenever a new client is onboarded, IT admins hurry to provide their teams with the required access to various applications and onboard them to the cloud consoles. It is quickly carried out so that the team can start working on the project and meet the project deadlines.

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Top 5 Benefits of Upskilling and Reskilling Your Employees

Posted on August 1, 2022 by Paramita Dey | Comments(1)

With the world waking up to a new tech discovery every day, with the rising increase of future work prospects, it has become imperative for organizations to keep their employee skills up to date to constantly adapt to the changing market dynamics. While tech advancements have helped create more business opportunities, it has widened the skill gap.  According to recent statistics, more than 50% of employees will need to upgrade their skills in the next five years to fit into the evolving job roles and meet skill requirements. 87% of McKinsey Global Survey respondents agreed that they are already experiencing gaps now or are expecting them within a few years. These alarming statistics emphasize why upskilling employees is the only solution to bridge the dreadful skill gap that has been slowing down tech innovation and digital transformation of almost every organization today. 

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How to Backup CCTV IP Camera Data in AWS S3?

Posted on August 1, 2022 by Vasanth Kumar R | Comments(0)

Closed-circuit television, or video surveillance, is the abbreviation for CCTV. In contrast to “normal” television, which is broadcast to the public, “closed-circuit” television is broadcast to a small (closed) number of monitors. CCTV networks are widely employed to identify and discourage criminal activity and to record traffic violations, but they may also be used for other purposes. Most CCTV camera data is saved locally and storing the recorded films on the device consumes a lot of space. As a result, most CCTV providers are forced to erase captured recordings regularly. The ideal approach is to back up the captured CCTV videos to the cloud. In this blog, we will look at how to back up the captured videos into the AWS S3 with the help of the OpenCV and other libraries.

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