Video Surveillance in the CLOUD
no video stored at your site.

Support Mobile Devices

Supports 99% of Mobile Devices!

Perfect For:

  • Small Business
  • Retail
  • Offices
  • Communities
  • Warehouses
  • Remote Facilities
  • Restaurants
  • Enterprise

ControlByNet provides hosted, or cloud-based, surveillance solutions for small businesses. Our i-flashback CLOUD software enables you to view one or multiple properties over any web browser through a single login. Recorded video is safely stored immediately off site….there is no ‘store and forward when convenient’….it is immediately safe and secure. Enterprise and multi-site customers enjoy the best of both; remote hosting for key cameras and smaller locations combined with onsite storage for larger properties (with optional guard software)….all still centrally controlled.

In addition to building software, we can help you design and install your camera system.  We count many small and medium businesses as our customers.

Feature Highlights

True Plug and Play

No more port forwarding to connect to cameras.  We’ll configure the camera to your account and send ready to go.  You just plug the camera in you’re finished!

HTML 5.0

Removing the techical jargon, it just means you can use you iPad, iPhone, Android, Blackberry, and on and on.  99% of browsers supported.

Multiple Sites = Single Login

Different locations are still covered under a single login…no matter where the sites are physically located.

No Contracts

Great solutions and service don’t require long-term contracts.  There are no contracts to sign with i-flashback CLOUD!

From Our Blog

  • Canon in Position to Buy Axis for $2.8B11/02/2015
    Security Sales and Integration recently announced in an article by Scott Fine that Canon is looking to buy Axis for 2.8 Billion dollars. The announcement comes less than a year after the Japanese imaging giant acquired VMS leader Milestone. In what would be a monumental industry deal, Canon is making a strong …
  • Video surveillance in 2015 – New Trends05/02/2015
    Here are excerpts from a recent A&S article by Eifeh Strom regarding new trends in video surveillance for 2015. The Market at a Glance In 2014, video surveillance accounted for approximately 53% of the total market share (US$13.5 billion) in terms of global physical security product sales, according to …
  • Residential Systems: Five Ways to Ensure A Successful Year in CI23/01/2015
    Next week is the last week in January, have you done anything new to ensure a successful year?  Here are five tips from Heather L. Sidorowicz as seen on Residential Systems. There are things we should be doing during any lull in business, and the beginning of the year is a …