In a world where we rely so heavily upon our mobile devices, it makes sense that your security and access control should follow suit, according to ISCS, which is offering a limited time promotion of the technology.
FROM smart phones and tablets to wearable devices, leveraging mobile technology for door access, parking facilities, gates, as well as networks and other enterprise applications, is an obvious progression in the world of access control. According to Netflix Facilities Operations and Events Manager, Alison Brown, “Only having to carry one device for so many daily tasks is excellent.”
It’s seems surprising then, that many businesses have not yet experienced the benefits of ISCS Gold Class mobile technology. Managing director of ISCS, Stuart Harmer, says the organisation is so excited by the technology, it is offering a limited time promotion that will not only allow end users to experience the convenience of Gold Class Mobile Access, but integrators will have the opportunity to increase their passive income.
“The convenience that mobile connectivity offers is changing the way we live, work and play so for a limited time, ISCS is offering new and existing customers and integrators the option to install one free HID Mobile Access Reader for up to 5 users,” Harmer said.
“We are so confident that end users will enjoy using HID Mobile Access so much, that they will seriously consider rolling the system out throughout their entire business.”
Just like the traditional access control, the Gold Class Mobile Access system works with Gold Class Mobile Access Credentials which are assigned to staff members via email. By simply downloading the HID Mobile Access app, staff will have instant access to a range of secure access points and network access points. This not only makes access control convenient for staff, it also positions businesses with a more modern and professional image.
Powered by HID’s award-winning Seos technology, the Gold Class Mobile Access system uses HID Mobile Access to offer user convenience, operational efficiency and higher security. By tapping their mobile device or using the twist-and-go gesture, employees will have more convenient and efficient access. Administrators can also save time through using the HID Mobile Access portal, which allows operators to create, manage, issue and revoke credentials over the air.
Using advanced Seos credential technology allows operators to go beyond technical security protections, as overall facility security is elevated by the simple notion that users generally guard their mobile phones more closely than their access cards.
“By extending access control to a mobile device, we are allowing the end user to securely access the workplace using a device that is almost always on hand,” Harmer said. “From the parking gate, to the front door and beyond, HID Mobile Access can help organisations meet the growing demand for convenience.”
Integrators and end users have the option to implement the system as a pure mobile solution or integrate it into an existing card-based access control system, allowing flexibility among users. The technology, which supports the widest variety of mobile devices in the industry, not only allows users to open gates and doors, but is designed to allow users to log on, open electronic locks, securely release documents from the printer and more.
“The award-winning Seos credential technology is based on ISO standards and used organisations around the world that rely on solutions that have the ability to encrypt the communication of classified or sensitive data,” Harmer says. “The HID solution also supports the widest variety of mobile devices in the industry so users can define the mobile experience that is right for their organisation.”♦