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With the growing demand for an optimised user experience, facial recognition is a great addition for banks and enterprises that also want a high level of security," said Martin Ladstaetter, vice president, Product Management, IAM Solutions, HID Global.
HID Global announces that it has acquired DemoTeller, a leading provider of instant issuance solutions for the financial market in North America
SINGAPORE, Apr 20, 2016 - (ACN Newswire) - HID Global(R), a worldwide leader in secure identity solutions, has introduced a mobility initiative that includes solutions, services, investments and alliances that expand the capabilities of trusted IDs on mobile devices across a growing range of access control, authentication and Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
The post SCOPE Middle East joins HID Advantage Partner Program appeared first on Reseller Middle East.
The security solution provider said HID Global partners would be able to create secure solutions with the company's range of proof of presence, brand protection and asset tracking applications.
The jays that had been watched when they first hid their treats were more likely to dig up larvae and rehide them in a new tray.
We were pleased with the results of our initial pilot in 2012 with HID Global and RFI, which validated the benefits of mobile access control for physical enterprise security, said Amy Dee, director of procurement and facilities with Netflix.
We are honored to have HID Mobile Access with our patented Twist and Go gesture technology recognized as one of the most innovative solutions for 2014, said Selva Selvaratnam, senior vice president and chief technology officer with HID Global.
Powered by our award-winning Seos technology, HID Mobile Access opens a new chapter in the creation and management of digital identities for mobile access by making it possible to open doors using the broadest range of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices without the need for additional sleeves or other accessories, said Selva Selvaratnam, senior vice president and chief technology officer with HID Global.