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27 Jul SMART CARD READERS: HOW ARE THEY USED?
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What is a Smart Card Reader?Smart cards are a pocket-sized card that has a built-in chip. The embedded computer chip stores data and transacts data when prompted. Whether this data transaction is to gain access, confirm personal identification, or to purchase, smart cards offer complete convenience and security for the user. The smart card reader i..
27 Jul RFID TECHNOLOGY – WHAT ARE ITS USES IN THE TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY?
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RFID technology is currently making a huge difference in the transportation sector due to its ability to support an incredibly versatile range of applications. Why is RFID being used so much in this sector in particular, and how could you make the most of it?This article will discuss the ways that RFID is being utilized right now in technology comp..
02 Feb SMART CARDS IN THE HOTEL INDUSTRY - WHY HOTELS AND BUSINESSES ARE MAKING THE CHANGE FROM MAGSTRIPE TO RFID.
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There is no comparison between RFID and Magstripe key card technologies. It is no longer a question of “if” but rather, “when” to make the move for many businesses. The pandemic has further shifted us into a touch-free world, and hospitality along with many other industries are embracing the change.WHY MAKE THE SWITCH FROM MAGSTIPE TO RFID?Whether ..
17 Oct INFORMATION SECURITY. HOW MUCH WOULD A DATA BREACH COST YOUR ORGANIZATION AND WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP PREVENT IT?
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Another cyber breach is reported in the press. Thousands of customer details leaked. Card details stolen. Personal information circulated to those it shouldn’t be.We hear this too often these days, but how often do we find time to review our own systems and what would be the cost to your organization if it happened to you?Whether you’re thinking ‘i..
08 Sep FAKE SMART CARDS: A BARGAIN OR A THREAT TO BUSINESS?
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You’ve all probably received emails with prices of smart cards being too good to be true. Extremely cheap prices are a red flag that you’re being sold a cloned card, a fake chip or a cheap knock-off of a smart card. People could argue that there’s nothing wrong with this – it’s just a bargain! With so many fake chips appearing in the market, in thi..
22 Jan HOW CAN YOUR ORGANISATION LIMIT THE SPREAD OF HARMFUL GERMS AND BACTERIA?
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Whatever your industry, the last year has brought the dangers of infectious diseases to the front of everyone's mind. Whether your employees work in an office environment, or they are public-facing in the service industry - companies are finding they have to focus now, more than ever, on ways to stop the spread of harmful microorganisms in the work..
18 Nov WHAT MAKES UP THE MIFARE® FAMILY OF PRODUCTS?
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The first MIFARE cards were launched by Mikron, now NXP, back in 1994. The MIFARE range is comprised of contactless IC products with a typical read distance of 10cm. The innovative cards are now used in more than 40 different applications worldwide, with more than 12 billion ICs sold. The MIFARE IC chips can be used in cards, fobs, stickers, wristb..
14 Oct SMART CARDS - WHAT ARE THEY ARE HOW ARE THEY TYPICALLY USED?
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What are smart cards?Smart cards are plastic, credit-card sized cards that have a specific type of computer chip embedded inside them. Data is stored within this computer chip, and the data can only be read by a smart card reader. A smart card can replace traditional styles of cards, such as bank cards that feature a magnetic strip, as they are far..
30 Sep WHY USE SMART CARDS IN EDUCATION? HERE ARE THE TOP 6 BENEFITS
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Smart card technology has the potential to revolutionize the education sector. From tighter security to increased efficiency, there are many reasons to introduce smart cards in schools, colleges and universities. Here are six advantages of using smart cards for education.Controlling accessOne of the main worries for educational institutions is the ..
10 Sep WHAT ARE ID CARDS AND HOW CAN YOUR ORGANIZATION MAKE THE MOST OF THEIR MULTIPLE USES?
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An ID card, is quite simply a card that can verify your identity - and the fact that you work for, or attend, a specific organization. Usually, it will include a recent photograph of the owner alongside any pertinent information - such as an expiry date, company name and the name of the department in which you work or study. However, modern technol..
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