The use of video surveillance as a service, or VSaaS, is a growing strategy within the restaurant industry used to improve security, manage costs and improve the customer experience at the restaurant level. Restaurant chains like Eat’n Park and Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen serve as two recent examples of increased usage: Popeyes confirmed last week that it had concluded a near-three-year test of a digital video surveillance system at all 40 company-operated restaurants; and Eat ...

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