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Read: Pandemic Forcing Campuses to Make Big Access Control Changes

Pandemic Forcing Campuses to Make Big Access Control Changes

The coronavirus is impacting everything from policies to technology uses, according to the 2020 Campus Safety Access Control, Lock and Lockdown Survey.

Read: Continental Access: Security, Mobility and Seamless Integration

Continental Access: Security, Mobility and Seamless Integration

The wide variety of access control and lock systems from Napco Security Technologies’ family of companies can keep your school, university and hospital safe and secure.

Read: Survey: 41% of Workers Prefer Mobile Access Control Credentials Over Cards, Keys

Survey: 41% of Workers Prefer Mobile Access Control Credentials Over Cards, Keys

Additionally, 44% say access control is now more important due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Read: 5 Ways COVID-19 and Technology Are Transforming Campuses

5 Ways COVID-19 and Technology Are Transforming Campuses

Institutions of higher education can adopt these five innovations to safely reopen.

Read: The Future of  Access Control Technology in Higher Education

The Future of Access Control Technology in Higher Education

Be on the lookout for these access control trends. Perhaps your campus has already embraced some of them.

Read: Identiv Introduces NFC-Enabled Body Temperature Monitoring Patch

Identiv Introduces NFC-Enabled Body Temperature Monitoring Patch

The new adhesive solution can be used by healthcare workers for monitoring body temperatures of patients diagnosed with COVID-19.

Read: Beginner’s Guide to College Campus Access Security and Management

Beginner’s Guide to College Campus Access Security and Management

Trying to decide which type of access control credential your campus should adopt? Here’s a primer on mag stripe, proximity and smart cards, NFC, BLE and biometrics.

Read: Why Is an Interoperable Credential Important for Your Campus?

Why Is an Interoperable Credential Important for Your Campus?

Interoperable smart cards and mobile credentials can improve campus security and student satisfaction.

Read: How Students Can Use Their Mobile Phones for Access, Cashless Transactions and More!

How Students Can Use Their Mobile Phones for Access, Cashless Transactions and More!

Transact’s NFC-enabled mobile credentials have been implemented at the University of Oklahoma, University of Alabama, Duke University, Johns Hopkins, Temple University and more.

Read: Access Control: How to Select the Right Technology for Your Campus

Access Control: How to Select the Right Technology for Your Campus

Learn how campuses are embracing Access Control in this FREE report.

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