Happy Friday, and welcome to our November newsletter! We have some exciting news to share with you this month!
Below you'll find a few of our recent blog posts, including a guide to biometric access control systems, the history and types of time tracking systems, and the story of Camille Eddy, a mechanical engineer and public speaker with an inspiring story.
Be sure to keep scrolling to read about all updates happening at Keyo.
Let us know what you think - we are always happy to hear from you!
-The Keyo Team
What we’ve been writing
Biometrics for Time Tracking
There are many different kinds of time and attendance systems on the market, each with their own pros and cons. In this article, we go over the history and different types of time tracking systems so you can get a better understanding of how they work and the differences between them. Check it out here.
Hand Stories Interview
At Keyo, we love hands. Hands not only make us human but they also contain our identity. Welcome to #handstories — a series where we feature people who are creating amazing things with their hands. This week we have an interview from Camille Eddy, a mechanical engineer and public speaker from Boise, Idaho. Read her story here.
Biometrics for Access Control
Biometric access control systems can seem complicated, but they don't have to be. In this guide, we go over the basics of biometric access control systems, how they work, and the differences between the most popular biometrics on the market. Learn more here.
Keyo’s Tops of the Month
Website V1.5 update
This week, we are happy to share the rollout of V1.5 of keyo.co! In the past few months, we have been learning how our visitors use our content, and this process has resulted in newly organized pages and better content for our visitors. Take a peek at our new about us page, careers page, and enterprise page!
We’re hiring! Come join the fun!
2019 Women-in-Tech Awards
We are super proud to announce that our Co-founder and COO, Delna Straus, is a finalist in the Manufacturing & Internet of Things (IoT) category at the 2019 Women-in-Tech Awards! The WIT awards celebrate women who have made a difference in the workplace and their community. Be sure to cast your ballot for Delna and share your vote in your community before the 2nd of November!