The National Association for Campus Card Users recently held its first ever Data Summit in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. To help paint a better picture of the event, NACCU CEO, Dawn Thomas, discusses the topics covered, and why future iterations of the event will be a worthwhile experience for a range of university professionals.
HID Global's Nils Wahlander discusses the value of remote card issuance on campus, and the role that the company's FARGO Connect platform in bringing card issuance up to speed. Wahlander also teases HID's educational session for the NACCU Annual Conference with campus client Texas A&M.
Allegion's Jeff Koziol discusses why universities should be interested in migrating to wireless locks in campus residence halls, and the benefits of going wireless and keyless at student doors. We tackle the discussion through both a fiscal and safety lens, and discuss ways universities can begin to position for upgrades.
The University of Arizona has implemented some new and exciting solutions into its campus dining services, bolstered by a partnership with mobile ordering platform Grubhub. The partnership has brought the full slate of modern campus dining solutions including mobile ordering, self-service kiosks and pick-up lockers.
TouchNet President, Adam McDonald, takes time to discuss some of the major technology trends that he's observing in the campus card and transaction system market. In his role at TouchNet, McDonald routinely works with university admins to talk about the major challenges and opportunities in the campus technology realm, and he shares some of his findings in this chat.
In a recent video interview published to the National Association of Campus Card Users (NACCU) website, a couple of Association members discuss their pathway toward mobile credential deployment on campus. The discussion specifically highlights the importance of pacing the project and attacking the larger goal of mobile deployment by segmenting implementation into smaller, more manageable steps.
In this final installment of our "Exploring the Future of Campus Identity" series with ASSA ABLOY, Lester LaPierre helps to explain the notable differences between the wireless access control options currently available to colleges and universities. Watch as LaPierre delves into the wireless technologies being used for access control today, including Aperio, Wi-Fi, and the legacy 900 Mhz technology.
In this edition of CR80Chats, we discuss mobile ID options with HID Global's End User Business Manager for Higher Education, Tim Nyblom. In his role with HID, Nyblom fields a number of questions from campuses regarding their credential environments, and one of the recurring topics of discussion is the move to mobile ID.
In this edition of CR80Chats, we discuss the important access control considerations for universities and colleges embarking on a new construction project. Hear from ASSA ABLOY's Lester LaPierre, as we talk about how new builds present a clean slate for a campus to establish the ideal access control environment from the start.
In the third installment of our video series with ASSA ABLOY, regional campus manager, Tyler Webb, discusses some of the financial impacts that mobile IDs can have on the campus card office. Listen in as we discuss the added cost of mobile ID to the card office on a yearly basis, some of the expectations that campuses should have regarding licensing fees, and ideas to uncover new funding opportunities.
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