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Smart devices, mobile phones and tablets are becoming the control hub for the myriad of connected devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) – as are bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies in many organizations today. But this is creating unique and heightened security risks for IT professionals, such as higher exposure to data breaches, malware and compliance violations. BYOD is no longer an industry trend; it’s a fact of life for enterprise-wide operations and the IT organizations that must support them.

WApple_Wallet-App-Icon.pngith employee badge in Apple Wallet, employees can access office doors, elevators, turnstiles, multi-function printers, and much more using just their iPhone or Apple Watch. It’s easy, convenient, and secure.

Activation is easy. Employee badge in Apple Wallet on iPhone and Apple Watch seamlessly integrates into a company’s existing access control systems, across a variety of third-party hardware, and is easily managed by internal staff. So getting started is quick and efficient.

Even without a charge, iPhone still gets you in. Employee badge in Apple Wallet will still work even if your employee’s iPhone needs a charge. Power Reserve on iPhone provides up to five hours of access.

Private and secure. Employee badge in Apple Wallet also takes full advantage of the privacy and security features built into iPhone and Apple Watch. An employee badge is stored on the user’s device, which means Apple doesn’t see the places staff or employees access, so data is private and secure.

Implementation of employee badge in Apple Wallet involves a collaboration between your organization, HID and our approved Technology Partners. If your organization is interested in learning more about the groundbreaking technology and how to get started, please complete the form on the right and we will be in touch soon!


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Smart devices, mobile phones and tablets are becoming the control hub for the myriad of connected devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) – as are bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies in many organizations today. But this is creating unique and heightened security risks for IT professionals, such as higher exposure to data breaches, malware and compliance violations. BYOD is no longer an industry trend; it’s a fact of life for enterprise-wide operations and the IT organizations that must support them.

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