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Team NiSCA release Apple-drivers for card printer

Zack Martin   ||   May 27, 2009  ||   ,

Team NiSCA announced today that it partnered with DVR Consulting Inc. to provide an ID card printing solution for Apple Computer-based K-12 school systems. With school budgets tight there isn’t money to buy a PC for student IDs. This latest update to the card printer enables schools with Apple Computers to use the NiSCA PR-C101.

Introduced in 2007, the PR-C101 plastic card printer was designed with the small organization in mind. It offers a an out-of-the box solution for high quality, high durability, plastic cards with low maintenance requirements. Average time between failure is 50,000 cards.

The PR-C101 is small enough to fit in an office overhead bin or under a counter making it perfect for a school’s small office environment and it comes with an entry-level badging software application.

In June 2009, the PR-C101 will offer a Mac application driver. Mac based schools do not always have the latest processors. This software supports both Mac PowerPC and Intel hardware and Mac OS/X 10.4 and 10.5; therefore, no need to switch or upgrade processors or operating systems. Printer sharing is available. Staff members can print badges from multiple locations. Additional features of the Mac application driver include Colorsync support and magnetic encoder support.

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UCLA plans mobile ordering expansion

UCLA has announced plans to expand its use of mobile ordering on campus to include all takeout dining locations on the Los Angeles campus this coming fall. UCLA utilizes Transact Mobile Ordering, and has made the decision to expand the service following a successful trial period at UCLA's Bruin Café and Epicuria locations.
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NACCU Blog: 9 keys to managing an on-site team remotely

Employees and positions traditionally tethered to an office are now increasingly hybrid or entirely remote. A recent entry to NACCU's Positive IDentity Blog, Director of Campus Card Services at The New School, Bankim Patel, discusses some of the important considerations for remotely managing an on-site team.

Student card data at Alberta helps piece together campus life puzzle

Jennifer McNeill, manager of the ONEcard program at the University of Alberta, explains how card system data can potentially lead to a safer, more welcoming student experience. She describes how data collected from campus card transactions can be used to improve operations like dining, residence life, fitness and other vital campus tasks.
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