Alerts can be set for when activity happens and recorded motion detection clips are safely stored on AWS for later viewing.
Uploading video to the AWS cloud every day isn't free, and so Amazon is also limiting the recording feature and offering subscriptions if you want greater access.
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Since I don't work for the company, I don't know the exact details of how this works, but it appears that Operator has several merchant partners they work with.
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