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1) Restrict Access to specific areas.
2) No need to carry multiple keys. Your RFID card, Fingerprint, Face, Password. It can be key to multiple locks.
3) Protect your valuables from authorized access.
4) Restrict the public from entering an office or area. HR Rooms, Accounts Finance.
5) Harder to duplicate as compared with Key which can be duplicated.
Standalone Access Control solution doesn’t require a web‐based or network architecture. It is
completely independent and works on PoE. Access Control features are inbuilt in the software
itself and the user needs to configure the device, features from that mode itself. Typically, used in SOHO
and SME where there is single location and requires built-in Access Control features
6) Disable access after an employee leaves an organization.
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Access Control System for Data Centers
Biometrics provides high-end security over RFID and hence integrating biometrics with Access Control solution fetches complete security for Data Centers. Usually, an employee needs to punch twice in order to access the data rack of his/her organization.
First Punch: A Biometric device will be installed at the entrance of the data center. The user will punch on the device and accordingly he will be granted/declined access. This authentication ensures that an authorized user is trying to access the data center.
Second Punch: Once the user is granted access, he or she will punch again at the device installed near the screen in order to access the respective racks. Once the user punches, the screen will display the list of racks that he or she is allowed to access. For Example – when ‘x’ employee of ‘ABC Organization’ makes his second punch, the screen will display the list of only ABC Organization racks that are allotted to him. The user then needs to select the racks that he wants to access from the screen and accordingly, he will be granted access.
Pre-defined Rack Access:
Every company has designated racks allotted to them. Admin can define the racks company wise, which means whenever a user makes his second punch – only racks allotted to his respective company will be listed on the display screen.
This feature acts as USP for data centers as they can ensure that a rack of company “x” will not be accessible to or misused by an employee of company “y”
Rack accessible for a defined time period:
Every rack that is allocated to a company can only be accessed for a definite period of time. Admin can set the duration and accordingly the rack will be accessible for the pre-defined time period.
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