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When looking at different finger ID systems it may seem like you are getting a good deal until the hidden costs start to add up. Many finger ID systems are not upfront with their prices, keep charging you for this and that to run, and make you purchase MANDATORY support! This ends up costing you […]

Hidden Costs   Recently updated !


We all know the finger reader is great for fast accurate recognition in the food service, library, gym, and etc. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could use that speed and accuracy while gathering attendance? You can with our Activity Tracker APP! This program can be added to any system. It can track names, dates, […]

Finger Reader Attendance



In using finger Identification systems there are two main readers, optical and semiconductor. Of course one is better than the other. Optical readers usually have a glass screen and use an image of a finger print to make a comparison. These are the readers you see on tv and movies where they place a picture […]

Differences in Finger Readers


More and more states are proposing laws against the storage of biometric information for children under the age of 18. This means any biometric identifiers including photos of the child. Here at IDconnect® we agree with these laws! Children’s identities should be kept safe to protect them. That is why we spent a lot of […]

Banning Biometric Storage in Schools


When doing research on biometric companies it may be easy to fall into the pressures of salesmen trying to push an inferior product. But you really need to look into the details of what you are getting. Just like everything else no two biometric systems are the same. We don’t have “flashy salesmen” telling you […]

Company Priorities



Biometrics in schools As the popularity of biometrics increases in schools everywhere a line is being drawn to what can be stored. Many companies still store biometric information because it is easier/cheaper for them to program. This biometric information can be accessed and used to reproduce finger prints making children’s identities at risk. More and […]

Biometrics in schools