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Free webinar on TruCredential plus a $25 Uber Eats gift card 

Only 20 seats available for this Entrust Datacard event on July 22

Andrew Hudson   ||   Jul 16, 2020  ||   

Entrust Datacard is offering a series of free webinars for higher education institutions designed to discuss the TruCredential solution and help navigate both current and future challenges on campus. The sessions will draw on the company's 50+ years of experience and insight in access control to help universities to strategize and succeed in this new climate.

Entrust Datacard's virtual Lunch and Learn series will draw insights from experts and industry leaders in small group sessions with interactive discussion and Q&A opportunities.

Entrust Datacard has shaped the Lunch and Learn sessions around needs expressed by universities for contactless issuance solutions that minimize in-person interactions, and incorporate online photo submission and remote card issuance. This also includes mobile ID solutions that enable self-provisioning for students and a truly contactless issuance experience.

Each session is limited to 20 people, so register ASAP to reserve a spot. In an attempt to help support local restaurants, each attendee of the sessions will also receive a $25 Uber Eats gift certificate.

The sessions are scheduled for the following dates and times:

  • Thursday, July 9, 1:00 pm ET
  • Tuesday, July 14, 1:00 pm ET
  • Wednesday, July 22, 1:00 pm ET

The topics to be discussed in the interactive sessions include:

  • Social-distance ID issuance
  • Digital security and remote authentication for students and employees
  • How universities can continue to evolve and stay flexible in their ID issuance and card program design.

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