FAQ: What is online card verification?

FAQ: What is online card verification?

Online card verification allows you to validate ID badges from a smartphone by scanning a QR code. A QR code is a two-dimensional barcode that enables smartphones and other computing devices to register data. The primary benefit to printing QR codes onto ID badges is...
Can smart cards benefit the healthcare industry?

Can smart cards benefit the healthcare industry?

The use of smart ID cards doesn’t just give ease of access, it can also provide an excellent level of security. This is important for a number of industries where privacy is paramount, which includes the Australian healthcare sector. Personal data including...
Could in-house card printing boost your business’ productivity?

Could in-house card printing boost your business’ productivity?

Local government departments, educational facilities and the like could all benefit from the use of printed ID cards. A recent Deloitte Access Economics survey of businesses that used smart cards for payments noted that cards and digital accounts processes used for...
The effects of chip technology on university campus life

The effects of chip technology on university campus life

Public authorities and corporations aren’t the only organisations using smart ID cards. Universities throughout the world view embedded chip technology as a way to improve campus security and reduce administrative expenses. Many schools configure ID cards to...
FAQ: How do magnetic stripe IDs differ from chip card IDs?

FAQ: How do magnetic stripe IDs differ from chip card IDs?

While magnetic stripe cards are capable of storing static data, chip cards use microprocessors to store, encrypt and exchange information between acceptance devices. Before printing a chip card or magnetic stripe card, you should be aware of how each one validates...
FAQ: What are chip cards?

FAQ: What are chip cards?

Also known as an Integrated Circuit Card (ICC), a chip card is equipped with a microprocessor that uses its own operating system. Think of a chip card as a miniature computer: It can interact with other devices as well as store, share and encrypt data. Some ID card...
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