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IT Division - Video Surveillance

Video Surveillance

After numerous requests over the years WKU Information Technology has standardized video surveillance for the University and established a model to provide state of the art services to the campus community. These services are commonly used as a component of a well-designed security plan but that is not their sole application and can be used in several other ways to enhance operations. These services typically consist of:

  • An initial discussion of client needs/requirements and overview of services.
  • A detailed survey of the location(s) being discussed.
  • Estimate of the project costs.
  • Implementation of the solution via a fully end-to-end managed project.
  • Training.
  • Ongoing maintenance and monitoring* of the system.

Several departments and organizations at the University have already contracted with WKU-IT to obtain these services with much success. If you have a need for video surveillance services, please submit an online service request by clicking here. An IT representative specializing in this service will promptly be in contact with you. 

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 Last Modified 11/29/17