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IP Camera Cloud for the Mac is released

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DComplex (www.dcomplex.com) has released IP Camera Cloud for Mac. It’s video surveillance software for home or small office.

The product lets you record video from up to 20 IP cameras simultaneously on the Mac — or optionally copy the video to the cloud and store it there for 30 days. DComplex’s remote access apps for the iPhone, iPad and Mac connect to the video recording Mac automatically, without the need to setup port forwarding or manually opening ports. The apps let you instantly respond to motion events, remotely watch live video, search and playback recorded video effortlessly.

IP Camera Cloud requires Mac OS X 10.9 or higher. A seven-day demo is available for download. Pricing depends on the number of cameras being used and is based on monthly subscription pricing with no upfront costs. The price for each camera is US$3 per month. Optional 30-days video storage in DComplex’s cloud servers is an additional $7 per camera per month. The companion iPhone/iPad app is free.

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