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Windows 7: Microsoft to add 'enterprise grade' biometric security to Windows 10

23 Mar 2015   #1
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Microsoft to add 'enterprise grade' biometric security to Windows 10

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For years, biometric authentication has been a sci-fi staple. Bits and pieces of biometric technology already exist in popular technology, most notably the TouchID fingerprint sensors used on late-model iPhones and iPads.

With Windows 10, coming later this fall, Microsoft plans to go big with biometric technology. The new OS will introduce system support for biometric authentication, the company says, "using your face, iris, or fingerprint to unlock your devices ... with technology that is much safer than traditional passwords."
Read more : Microsoft to add 'enterprise grade' biometric security to Windows 10 | ZDNet


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