The pandemic has highlighted the need for reliable disaster-recovery solutions that can keep mission-critical operations going no matter the circumstances. Command-and-control centers are at the heart of such operations, and they require real-time access to video feeds, data and control systems. The use of IP KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) technology has been on the rise to enable remote access to multiple servers and computers from any location. Not all IP KVMs are created equal, and ensuring secure and seamless backup control rooms is crucial.
In an upcoming webinar, Commercial Integrator’s editor-in-chief, Dan Ferrisi, and Matrox Video product manager Catherine Koutsaris will explore current IP KVM trends, such as TAA compliance, air gapping and cybersecurity, as they dissect how one electric generation facility used IP KVMs to build a disaster recovery solution and keep operations running during the pandemic.
A Webinar Exploring IP KVM Trends, TAA Compliance, Cybersecurity
The webinar will explore all of the following:
- current IP KVM trends affecting mission-critical industries
- how IP KVMs can provide mission-critical environments with secure and seamless backup control rooms.
- what makes a product TAA compliant and why compliance is important
- the increasing sophistication of cyberattacks and how to reduce them in command-and-control environments
With the right IP KVM solution, mission-critical operations stay up and running, regardless of the circumstances.
Register to attend the Disaster Recovery and Control Room Management with Matrox Video on Wednesday, May 24, 2023 at 12pm EDT.
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