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Old 11-10-2009, 08:59 AM   #1
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ID cards can store a variety of information, it can be as simple as an identification number on a bar code or magnetic stripe, or as sophisticated as biometric information encoded on a smart chip. Beyond security concerns, the new generation of smart cards can open doors or sign employees in and out. ID card printers provide ease for making any kind of identification card for banks, government offices, colleges and universities, hospitals and private offices.

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Old 11-11-2009, 04:19 PM   #2
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Is this a fact or an advertisement because I know, cheap usb thumb scanners can be obtained for as little as 10-20 and work out alot cheaper

either way i have just saved you about 985 without factoring in electricity, consumables etc, nice
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also ocr software can come in activeX form with programmable digital encodings + your expenditure of a laser printer it's still a saving of 200-300

personally I would give most users a unique login code. it's probably the cheapest to administer with virtually no overheads, each quarter,month or year you can set the password to expire, you could use a random md5 hash for this or just /dev/random from the system, even php can generte rndom data within an acceptable range.
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