You enter the office, after a long vacation with your family, and your assistant leaves a message that your boss has asked for an urgent presentation. You immediately get to work and start your computer. Alas, you cannot recall the password to connect to your work network. After wasting a lot of time digging out that tiny slip of paper, which has the necessary information, can you go ahead and work. If you had biometric systems installed in your facility, you would not have to remember a host of different passwords.
Fingerprint readers allow your mind to be free by letting your fingers do all the work. This means that you and all the other employees only need individual fingers to view and edit work related files. The Nitgen Fingkey Hamster I and Nitgen Fingkey Hamster II ensure that only authorized people can access the personal computers as well as the network.
Plus, your office computers would have sensitive and crucial information like quotes for vendors, private information of clients and feedback from your senior. If this falls in the wrong hand, you risk losing your job, and may be held responsible for damages to the company. Fingerprint recognition devices like the Nitgen Fingkey Hamster I and II act as security measure for your work computers and laptops by restricting the access to their networks.
Biometric systems are also ideal when dealing with inter department or with different branches of your organization. Devices like Nitgen Fingkey Hamster II not only protect your internal information, but also help avoid confusion in exchanging files. It also ensures that the information flows with ease to the right people and department.