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Access card systems can bring value to a property, and in effect, benefit a real estate manager.
The federal government wants to sign up to 35,000 people a week to the Access Card from next April, and intends that all Australians needing it will have one by June 2010.
The cleaners were cautioned to always safeguard their keys and access cards, carry their employee identification cards, protect their uniforms and inform a supervisor immediately if a uniform, set of keys or access card is missing.
Since the early 1990s, SSP-Litronic has provided PKI products and services to some of the earliest FORTEZZA systems, the currently deployed Defense Messaging System (DMS) program and Class 3 PKI, and the DoD Common Access Card (CAC) ID program.
Since the development of the new Period 4 access card technology nearly five years ago, DIRECTV's signal security system has not been compromised.
SchlumbergerSema has announced that Logicon has acquired nearly 60,000 of its advanced Reflex smart card readers for the US Army's implementation of the Department of Defense (DoD) Common Access Card (CAC) program.
It is not uncommon for companies to issue as many as 5 different cards and devices to their employees; an access card for parking garage entry, a photo ID badge with proximity physical access, an OTP key fob token for remote network access, and a smart card and smart card reader for digital signature and credential storage," said Debra Shatford, CEO of TRI-D Systems.
Nokia expands its LoopMaster portfolio with a new expansion card featuring a test head including a loop access card or Time Domain Reflectometer (TDR) card.