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Is a new day dawning for campus cards? There are always changes just around the corner. In this issue, we explore some new things – our new print magazine, a new campus card outsourcing model, a new monthly Imaging Corner – and some not-so-new things with new twists. Read on …
The publisher of CR80News is launching its very first print publication focused entirely on ID technology. Regarding ID will launch mid-March and feature great content from CR80News, ContactlessNews, SecureIDNews, and RFIDNews. As a subscriber to CR80News, find out how to get your complimentary subscription.
NuVision Networks has been serving the campus card market for 20 years, but its approach to data and system security is gaining more widespread attention in light of modern security threats.
In this first installment in our monthly Imaging Corner, we examine the process of identifying and selecting an ID card printer. Of the many options, how do you determine what you need for your specific environment? Read on to find out.
To understand the true costs of a campus card banking service to a cardholder, an understanding of ATM transaction fees is important. “On Us” and “Foreign” ATM transactions carry very different fees and these fees can significantly impact the bottom line to heavy users of ATMs like college students.
For the 600-student Sweet Briar College, the cost of an advanced campus card system seemed prohibitive. But they found a unique approach by outsourcing their program to a new system vendor called CardSmith.
Take one of the world’s best ID technology conferences and put it in one of the world’s most exciting cities and you have a “must see” event. In April, Cardtech/Securtech lights up the Las Vegas strip.