I did a quick download of Xeoma and did a little testing. Seems to work ok. Cameras come with some software hard to figure out and little documentation. Cameras work really well. Also use program IP CAM works well on Kindle and Android phones
As is, absolutely not. It would have to be enclosed or somehow protected from the weather. If enclosed, condensation may become an issue, causing a poor quality image and possible damage to the camera. Best to go with a camera that is made for outdoor use. Keep in mind the WiFi range limitations when you decide where to locate the camera.
It connects to your wireless router, not your computer directly. The environment that your equipment is in highly affects the distance that it needs to be to the wireless router.
Check out the following link: http://compnetworking.about.com/cs/wirelessproducts/f/wifirange.htm
All the webcams stream video. It is controlled by the software rather than the camera itself. Some software is designed to work only with a particular brand whereas other software is designed to work across many brands. You need a host site for your account. Some are free while others charge. Video can be streamed to your computer continuously or by motion trigger depending upon software settings. The setup can be tricky. You have to worry about firewalls blocking the video stream, setup of the camera, the host website, your router and your PC. They are a great tool for security and status monitoring. You can have multiple webcams viewable on the same screen.
I dont know that specific monitor, but this camera does not connect directly to any monitor or screen, it connect to your home network and to the internet, so you can watch from any computer, tablet or smartphone.