This segment highlights features on Kisi that we think are valuable and useful and how you can use them to optimize your Kisi system as well.
On February 8th 2016, our CTO Carl Pfeiffer and VP Engineering Thomas Koehn gave a NFC security focused look behind the curtain of our new proximity reader in the Kisi Pro Reader line (shop link here). We’ll go through the main topics of the webinar below. Let us know if you have any questions – firstname.lastname@example.org
Kisi provides your office with a great access control experience. However, there is a crucial part of the setup process that can be overlooked. The installation of electrified locks and Kisi hardware can often be the largest line item when getting started with Kisi. It’s worth taking a look at access control system installation costs and what it consists of.
In April of 1973, Motorola’s Marty Cooper called up his longtime rival Joel Engel of AT&T in the middle of a press conference. It was a historic moment. Cooper had made the world’s first mobile phone call. The mobile phone delivered a long-awaited solution to a real need: connect with people anywhere, anytime. A tool which integrates with a person’s lifestyle, a companion which is always nearby. The mobile phone will always be synonymous with freedom and innovation.
The past few weeks have been busy for the Kisi team! We have made some major changes to our Kisi web-app both in terms of looks and functionality. Over the past year, we have heard from our clients, the good and the bad of the old web-app. We gathered the feedback and went to work building a web-app with a better user interface and experience. Here are the top four features you will want to know about!