Free Download: Implementing Biometrics on Your Campus

Selecting the right biometrics technology for your organization can improve access control, save resources, reduce identity theft and increase overall campus efficiencies.

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Free Download: How to Improve Campus Security and Increase Efficiencies with Biometrics

Schools, colleges, hospitals and other organizations are looking to technology to address their public safety and access control challenges. Now more than ever, campus security professionals are implementing biometrics into their protection protocols because these systems don’t rely on keys or cards, which are easy to compromise.

The deployment of biometric devices can also result in significant economic savings because it reduces the high costs associated with card and key management. Moreover, there are biometric technologies that don’t require the user to make physical contact with a reader or sensor at all, thereby helping to prevent the spread of disease in medical facilities year-round, or at any high-traffic facility during flu season.

In this whitepaper you will learn how to implement a successful biometrics program that will improve security, reduce costs and make your campus more efficient.

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