NEC NeoFace time clock keeps workers in line

Marc Perton
M. Perton|03.02.06

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Marc Perton
March 2, 2006 3:54 PM
NEC NeoFace time clock keeps workers in line

Think you've got it bad at work? Be glad your boss hasn't installed one of NEC's NeoFace time clocks. The system replaces the classic punch-card reader with facial recognition software, so that old canard of getting someone else to clock in for you is useless. For the ultimate in worker subservience, the time clock can also control access to the company locker room. Try to leave early, and you can forget about grabbing your street clothes; you'll have to sneak out wearing your grubby uniform, letting the whole world know you're pwned.
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