January 30 2018 |
$1000 STEM Scholarship Awarded to Aspiring Pediatric Neurologist Interested in Serving Underdeveloped Nations
We are very proud to announce the winner of our first 2018 IDSecurityOnline STEM Scholarship program!
University of Maine pre-med senior Taylor Delp will receive a $1000 award after being selected from dozens of highly qualified applicants asked to submit a 1,000-word essay that answered one of the following:
January 24 2018 |
ID Security Online provides the ability to identify privileges and users while automating the process. Cards are available in full colour or monochrome, credit card size or oversized, single or dual-sided. IDSecurity Online offers four different types of ID cards. They are: PVC cards, iCLASS® cards, Pre-printed cards, Proximity cards.
January 10 2018 |
A successful badge program requires some durable and secure tools for them to be appropriately displayed. ID Security Online stocks an abundant supply of useful badge accessories. They include:
If unique badges or lanyards are needed, ID Security Online will customize them for you. To enhance a brand or promote a company, a logo can be added.
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Security concerns are increasing. Government agencies, educational campuses, healthcare facilities, and enterprise corporations are looking for cost-effective, scalable, and reliable solutions for producing ID badges on-demand that are secure.
The credentials come in various forms and serve one or multiple purposes. They can be simple photo ID cards to badges allowing physical access through wall-mounted card readers. Multi-functional smart cards incorporate sophisticated technology that gives access to protected data or networks or tracks time or attendance.
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You may have wondered what’s the difference between PVC and PET cards used for identification purposes. Here are a few quick guidelines for selecting the appropriate card for your needs and budget.
September 28 2017 |
A dye sublimation printer actually heats a solid directly into a gaseous state, bypassing the liquid state. Both the dye and the PVC card are heated, and the gaseous dye penetrates the plastic. When the card cools, the dye has been chemically bonded with the plastic card.
To achieve photo-quality pictures on an ID card, the secret is in the size and density of each color dot. The ribbon in a dye sublimation printer consists of cyan dye, yellow dye, and magenta dye, and each color diffuses into the card depending on the amount of heat applied by the printhead.
September 18 2017 |
September 14 2017 |
Lanyards may not be considered a high-profile item. Most people would be surprised at the many uses and styles available. They are most often worn to carry key cards and ID badges. A properly equipped lanyard can carry other things and are surprisingly versatile.
Nearly everyone has seen lanyards worn by students, factory employees, retail clerks, and office workers. The lanyards usually hold ID badges that are necessary for school or workplace security. They are versatile enough to be used for other purposes.
September 11 2017 |
When you issue ID security cards or badges, you want the most effective and secure form of card possible to ensure your security measures are being met. Whether you issue student ID cards, driver’s licenses, membership cards, or security badges for employees, it should be easy for you to verify the identity of the holder while incredibly difficult for someone else to forge or copy an ID security card you issue.
Watermarks are an inexpensive, simple way to add an additional layer of security to your ID security cards or badges.
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This comparison is meant to provide information that will answer those questions. An informed buyer will be more satisfied with a purchase than one who does no research or comparison. There are advancements in photo ID technology that are revolutionary. Use this information to compare three printers.
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All proximity cards use similar technology to create the functionality that you need for access control. This includes an antenna connected to an electronic chip that contains all of the cardÙs information. Both the antenna and the chip are embedded into the proximity card at the time of manufacture.
Because the ID card is picked up by the proximity reader at a distance, there’s no physical contact between the card and the reader, which should make proximity cards last longer and require less maintenance for your readers.