Mobile Credentials: Are They the Right Fit for Your Campus?
A guide to the benefits and considerations of implementing mobile credentials
Traditional credentials like proximity cards, magnetic stripe cards, and smart cards have provided secure pathways to entry for decades. However, as the digital transformation continues to creep into existing infrastructure, physical access cards are no longer the only option.
Mobile credentials work on Bluetooth protocol, meaning they use digital keys stored on a mobile device or wearable, such as a smart watch, to open doors via an electronic access control system.
This new whitepaper, “Mobile Credentials: Are They the Right Fit for Your Campus?,” topics include:
- What Are Your Options When Choosing An Access Control System
- How Secure Are Mobile Credentials
- Important Considerations Before Making A Switch
- What To Expect When Transitioning Systems
Download your free copy today and learn how mobile credentials can be used to create a security-forward environment while meeting demands for a more streamlined and convenient access control experience.