It's an old saying that is often used by hotel staff when issuing door lock swipe cards. "Don't place your card near other cards or your mobile phone. It may get wiped and will no longer work." But is it true, or a myth? If it is true there is a whole industry of Phone Wallets in … [Read more...]
3 security best practices to go with your new ID card printer
Both private and public organisations are constantly trying to stay ahead of security threats. From protecting identities to making sure ID badges are physically ubiquitous, organisations are working to optimise their security systems.In conjunction with purchasing an ID card printer, there are a … [Read more...]
How health care providers are managing personnel access
Due to the sensitivity of patient information, organisations in the health care sector must develop strict protocols dictating which employees can access facilities, data and systems.Many hospitals, clinics and other similar entities are using ID badge printers to develop chip-enabled cards. These … [Read more...]
FAQ: Do RF-enabled smart cards compromise employee privacy?
Smart cards that use radio frequencies (RF) to transmit information offer operational flexibility, better product management and other benefits. Public and private organisations alike are handing out RF-enabled smart badges to employees, allowing them to track activities and enforce security … [Read more...]
How does RFID help early childhood research?
Suppliers of equipment to educational facilities may want to start adding ID card printers to their stock, if recent research from the University of Wollongong's Early Start Research Institute (ESRI) proves insightful and successful. The ESRI's Karen Tonge is studying early childhood … [Read more...]