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EmoryCard program tries its hand at biometrics

The EmoryCard program began in August 1991 with the distribution of the initial 10,000 cards. Since then the database has grown to 50,000 cards and the system includes more than 300 card readers with a new initiative to incorporate biometric...

Ingenico/Debitek: A longtime manufacturer rises to become a key provider of total campus card systems

In 1985 Joe Capers was tinkering with vending machines, coin mechanisms, and card readers in his garage in Brentwood, Tennessee. He figured out how to make a card reader speak to a vending machine and immediately saw a need for...
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Computer security is the next frontier for campus card programs

In this issue of CR80News, we examine the use of ID cards to help secure an area of our campus that is coming under increasing attack–our computers, networks, and data. The term frequently used for this area of protection is...
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Logical security: Delaware State provides a glimpse into the new era of campus card systems

Delaware State University (DSU) and Siemens have implemented what could be one of the most groundbreaking campus card programs in the United States to date. But few outside of the 4,000 cardholders on the campus know much about the project....

Vision Database Systems continues its RapID advance into the card issuance software market

Vision Database Systems (VDS) has the education market for ID software pretty well covered–from kindergarten all the way through college. But while the Jupiter, Florida-based company is well-entrenched in the K-12 market, its roots, and its forte remain in higher...

Colorado College: The small campus does big things

Visitors to next month’s National Association of College Auxiliary Services Annual Conference will have the chance to see first-hand the truly integrated card system in place at Colorado College. As a preview for attendees and to give a taste for...
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