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Synology Surveillance Station 9.0 and Cloud Backup Solution C2 Surveillance Launched

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Synology announced Surveillance Station 9.0, the latest update to its solution for comprehensive and scalable surveillance. Together with C2 Surveillance, a companion cloud service for footage backup and sharing.

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Surveillance Station 9.0 has a revamped user interface that integrates camera feeds, maps, playback controls, and alarms into a single dashboard to enhance situational awareness for bigger and more complex deployments.

Users can now configure hundreds of cameras in a matter of minutes using the new, streamlined wizard that supports batch configuration by importing a pre-populated spreadsheet or by copying settings from deployed cameras.

Surveillance Station 9.0 allows businesses to encrypt recorded footage for increased protection if the NVR, disks, or administrative credentials are stolen. Video streams and management data can be ingested over encrypted SRTP/HTTPS to defend against insider attacks.

CMS's remote update management for online and offline recording servers keeps multi-site deployments secure and durable by ensuring all devices receive the latest security updates and functionality improvements.

The new service's online portal lets users check recordings from anywhere, without restoring vast amounts of data from a backup server, and share clips with authorities efficiently, whether or not the recording server is still available and functioning.

Surveillance Station 9.0 is now available for all Synology systems. With plans starting from US$1 per month for each camera. Users will be able to try the service free of charge until October 31, 2022.

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