Card technology vs token technology

Wednesday, 3 March 2004, 11:43 AM EST

This is a tough question in any corporate environment that is addressed more often than not. What are the cost factors between the two offers? Which is the most convenient and addresses all the security levels that are required? What are the capabilities and how user-friendly is the technology? Can it integrate with current and future systems?

Condyn, distributor for Rainbow Technologies in Africa, has identified these areas and analysed the current problems that corporate clients face today.

We have now developed an additional solution on the iKey 1000 USB token which will address these issues in every corporate environment. In the past, the only way to deal with physical and logical access security on computers was by using smart cards and appropriate card readers, an expensive technology especially for large corporations.

By Condyn at IT Web.

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