Smartphones

Read: Surveillance and Location Technologies Could Help Campuses Track Coronavirus

Surveillance and Location Technologies Could Help Campuses Track Coronavirus

Beacons, smartphones, cameras and other technologies are being considered by campuses for contact tracing and to help prevent the spread of 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: Cleaning vs. Disinfecting Touch Screens: What’s the Difference?

Cleaning vs. Disinfecting Touch Screens: What’s the Difference?

Devices may bring us convenience, but they have one thing in common: touch screens. Here’s how you can keep them sanitized during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read: Understanding ID Badging and Access Control

Understanding ID Badging and Access Control

Here’s a primer on proximity, smart card, smart phone credentials, readers and long-range solutions for campus access control.

Read: The Benefits of Using Smart Phones for Campus Access Control, Cashless Transactions & More

The Benefits of Using Smart Phones for Campus Access Control, Cashless Transactions & More

Here’s how provisioning your credentials onto smart phones can improve security and campus customer experience.

Read: Streamlining Campus Mobile Security in the Age of IoT

Streamlining Campus Mobile Security in the Age of IoT

With the Internet of things, smartphones can be leveraged to manage a whole host of mobile security processes, including access control, alarms, asset tracking, building automation and more.

Read: Can Your Smartphone Help Students in a Crisis?

Can Your Smartphone Help Students in a Crisis?

Almost all adults and even children as young as 10 have cellphones – why not take advantage of the devices they already look at every day and take your safety plans mobile?

Read: HummingBad Malware Targets Mobile Phones

HummingBad Malware Targets Mobile Phones

HummingBad has been discovered on millions of phones around the world.

Mo. Freshman Crashes School District’s Computer Network

The student will serve a suspension as engineers attempt to restore the district’s computer system.

Read: VIDEO: Campus Cops’ Music Video Goes Viral

VIDEO: Campus Cops’ Music Video Goes Viral

Watch the University of Delaware Police rap and dance (or try to dance) to connect with students for safety meeting them with their smartphones.

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