Is it just me, or are QR codes, those funky little squares that look a barcode’s blocky big sister, everywhere lately? Look around. I’ve seen… Read More »The Martha Stewart-approved way to use QR codes for the church
Increasingly, churches are using vascular biometric ID at the point of entry in these areas because biometrics helps:
Increase speed of check in
Reduce waste and conserve resources by eliminating paper or barcode cards
Establish a tracking mechanism to keep accurate records
Boost productivity of staff
It seems like every week, there’s a new story about how insecure our computer systems can be. Check out this infographic on data loss, share it with others, and in the comments, tell us what steps you’ve taken, either with your personal computing or with your ministry, to protect your data.
In case you aren’t aware our summers down here in SC are hot, hot, hot. In the middle of July and August it’s so hot and muggy that you can break a sweat walking to the mailbox. We have days that start out with 88 degrees and by mid-afternoon the heat index can easily reach 114 degrees.