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  • Biometric technology goes beyond ATMs in banking sector
    Automated teller machines (ATM) are one of the most popular segments in the banking sector for biometrics technology, but it is by no means the only one. Advancements in measuring human body characteristics have given rise to several new opportunities for biometric applications in financial institut
    Editor / Provider: Prasanth Aby Thomas | Updated: 2015 / 10 / 22
  • IP Revolutionizes Access Control
    In terms of technology, the access control industry has seen a variety of new technologies happening around the door over the past eight years.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao | Updated: 2015 / 8 / 17
  • Seagate wireless creates space for mobile devices
    Seagate Technology, the pioneer in wireless storage, continues to grow its family of wireless storage solutions with the debut of Seagate Wireless, a 500GB portable wireless drive designed for streaming and offloading of media from mobile devices. The new Seagate Wireless offers more space to carry
    Editor / Provider: Seagate | Updated: 2015 / 7 / 2
  • Biometric ATMs all set to forge ahead on safety and convenience
    Innovative developments in biometrics technology have given financial institutions a chance to make ATM facilities more secure and convenient. Developing economies are leading the way in its adoption, but experts believe it won't be too long before banks across the globe embrace it.
    Editor / Provider: Prasanth Aby Thomas, a&s International | Updated: 2015 / 5 / 26
  • 2015 Access control: Mobile access picks up steam
    Using the mobile phone to authenticate has become increasingly popular, and this trend is set to continue down the road. One major advantage is that using the phone carries a “care” factor.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2015 / 3 / 2
  • University of South Australia safeguard students with CriticalArc
    CriticalArc reports that the University of South Australia (UniSA) has improved on-campus safety and security for 34,000 students and staff with the successful implementation of its innovative SafeZone distributed command and control solution.
    Editor / Provider: CriticalArc | Updated: 2015 / 2 / 26