To find out what’s happening currently and what to expect on the horizon for the access control industry, Jason Ouellette, Tyco Security Products’ Product Line Director for Access Control, answers some questions about whether these general trends toward adaptability, interoperability, unification and integration are infiltrating the access control world and talks about what we can expect to see next in access control.
Single sign-on (SSO) is a biometric identification management system that allows end users the ability to provide their biometric credentials in place of a password, token, or personal identification number (PIN) as a secure method of system or database access.
Imagine the day when you can check-in and choose your hotel room using your mobile phone. You may soon be able to do that at Hilton hotels, as the chain says it will offer digital check-in and room selection at 11 of its brands, across more than 4,000 properties.
Every month, the payment of pension checks to public retirees, one of Banco Supervielle’s most important customer segments, was a complex and tedious process because the recipients had to endure an extensive authentication process with various documents and certificates.