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  • Why you should use fingerprint machines 


    Fingerprint machines are some of the most convenient security apparatus known to man. Not only do fingerprint scanners allow users to perform high security functions at the simple touch of a finger, but they also allow for additional security benefits that could save you a great deal of money and time.

    If you haven't thought about it yet, here are good reasons why you should buy and use a fingerprint machine today. 


    They greatly improve security

    Our fingerprints are as unique an identifier as they come. Just as you use various passwords to keep information and data secure, using a fingerprint machines as a point of access will do the very same thing, only here there is no chance of being accidentally locked out of your secure lock due to forgetfulness. Additionally, when using common password type-in technology, the probability of someone stealing that password through keystroke loggers and other forms of password capture maneuvers is very likely. The same cannot be said about fingerprint biometric technology. It is far more complicated to steal someone's fingerprints than it is to steal their password. 

    Fingerprint machines are easy to maintain

    When dealing with fingerprint login as your chosen security protocol, you reduce the number of issues you have to worry about.

    For example, if you choose to use passwords as your login protocol, there are various complexity parameters that must be met, and even then, these passwords have to be changed every so often.

    The probability of users forgetting them is very high. On the other hand, if you choose to use access cards, there are other issues to think about, such as employees sharing their cards and taking cards from terminated employees and so on. 


    Using fingerprints is the one streamlined security protocol that does not need these kind of maintenance and oversight issues. It is unique, low maintenance and highly secure.