Many companies that are implementing access control for their systems will do so through biometric access control technology. By linking a system with the use of a fingerprint or hand imprint, an organization can gain the ability to perform a number of functions that are not possible using manual entry technology.
For example, if your company has employees who regularly leave their laptops at home or have access to their computer while they are away, you may need to know if they have left a hand print on the desktop computer or not. It is also possible to identify the owner of any hand prints or fingerprints on the keys and access card used to enter your building.
Security systems that require use of a key fob are often combined with key-less door access control systems that allow a user to enter and exit a building without giving access code. These systems also make it easier to monitor access to a building that is restricted, by using wireless access cards to record access codes.
In addition to installing a biometric access control system, many companies may also want to install a key fob access control system for their building. This method of security can provide an added level of protection for areas where key cards are not installed.